TIM243: Social Computing Research: Design, Algorithms, and Incentives

Please note that prior to Fall 2011, the Technology & Information Management department was known as Information Systems Management.  For classes prior to Fall 2011, please see the ISM schedule page.



Provides an interdisciplinary view of computational systems and human interaction, with an emphasis on human-computer interaction and algorithmic economics. Students learn about seminal and cutting-edge research contributions and methodologies, and carry out a quarter-long research project. Prerequisite(s): Background in either mathematical proofs or user-centered design and programming. Enrollment restricted to graduate students. Undergraduates may enroll with permission of instructor.

5 Credits


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