Computer Science 541:

Foundations and Applications of Data Mining (4.0 units)

Data mining and machine learning algorithms for analyzing very large data sets. Emphasis on Map Reduce. Case studies.
  • Crosslist: This course is offered by the INF department but may qualify for major credit in CSCI. To register, enroll in INF 553.
  • Note: CSCI Students, please note that this is not a CSCI course and will be counted as one of your non CSCI elective.
SectionSessionTypeTimeDaysRegisteredInstructorLocationSyllabusInfo
32403D048Lecture6:00-7:50pmMon, Wed68 of 76Yao-Yi ChiangZHS352PDF (122504 KB)notefeesession dates
32454D048Lecture3:30-6:50pmMonday75 of 90Wei-Min ShenSLH100PDF (147841 KB)notefeesession dates
32455D048Lecture3:30-6:50pmTuesday75 of 90Wei-Min ShenSOSB2PDF (147841 KB)notefeesession dates
32469D048Lecture3:30-6:50pmThursday35 of 40Anna FarzindarSOSB2PDF (96416 KB)notefeesession dates
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