Cognitive Science | Computation in Cognitive and Information Sciences
Q320 | 6122 | M. Gasser

Cognitive Science ,  Computation In Cognitive Science
Q320 ,  6122,  Gasser, Michael
(above class meets second eight weeks only; P-COGS-Q 260 or CSCI-C
212 with a grade B or higher)

Lecture:  2:30PM-3:45PM, MoWe, LH 030
Lab:  2:30PM-3:45PM, FR, LH 030

This course introduces computational approaches to the study of
cognition.  Students will develop their computer programming skills,
learning to write programs that simulate cognitive processes and run
experiments with human subjects.  Much of the course will center on
a simulated world in which simple agents live and interact; within
this world, specific programming projects will address perception,
action, learning, and evolution.