Paper Details
Neuroinformatics
Paper Code COMP800
EFTS 0.1250
Points 15.00
Level 8
Prescriptor
Introduces contemporary developments in Neuroinformatics (NI) and the techniques available to work with the vast amount of NI data. Students will apply computational modeling techniques to NI data and critique the process and results. The first interdisciplinary paper on the subject offered in Australasia, this paper will suit students and researchers from various subject areas. Students choose their assignment topics for individual or group work.
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Qualifications
The paper is available as part of the following qualifications.
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  AK1310   Master of Forensic Information Technology   (MFIT)
240.00
  AK3688   Master of Computer and Information Sciences   (MCIS)
240.00
No requisite papers specified.
  AK2037   Master of Science   (MSc)
180.00
  AK1037   Master of Science (Research)   (MSc (Res))
240.00
  HA1038   Postgraduate Diploma in Science   (PgDipSc)
120.00
  HA1039   Postgraduate Certificate in Science   (PgCertSc)
60.00
  HA1037   Master of Science (Research)   (MSc (Res))
240.00
  HA2037   Master of Science   (MSc)
180.00
  AK2040   Bachelor of Advanced Science (Honours)   (BSc(AdvSci)(Hons))
480.00
  AK1329   Master of Computer and Information Sciences   (MCIS)
180.00
  AK3745   Postgraduate Diploma in Computer and Information Sciences   (PgDipCIS)
120.00
  AK3746   Postgraduate Certificate in Computer and Information Sciences   (PgCertCIS)
60.00
  AK3687   Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences (Honours)   (BCIS(Hons))
120.00
  DJ2037   Master of Science   (MSc)
180.00
  DJ1037   Master of Science (Research)   (MSc (Research))
240.00
  DJ1038   Postgraduate Diploma in Science   (PgDipSc)
120.00
  DJ1040   Bachelor of Science (Honours)   (BSc(Hons))
120.00
  DJ1039   Postgraduate Certificate in Science   (PgCertSc)
60.00
Timetable
2019Semester 1
Class Stream Starting Ending Day Time Room
COMP800/10  26-Feb-2019  21-May-2019  TUE  9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.  WZ519  
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