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  • This course will cover traditional materials as well as recent advances in information retrieval (IR) field. Students will learn how to design a search engine by crawling, indexing, processing, and querying of textual data. Topics include automatic index construction, retrieval models, textual representations, efficiency issues, search query operations, ranking scheme, text classification, and so on. By the end of the semester, students will be equipped with techniques and tools to do research in the area of information search and management.
  • This is an introductory course to software engineering. In this course, students will learn the major software engineering issues such as software requirements, design, process, and management. Students will also conduct team projects to practice how to apply major software engineering concepts and methods to software development problems.
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