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CS 250 Computational Models in the Sciences

Prerequisites: Sophomore or advanced standing; Two courses at any level in Div I or II

Description: Introductory survey of theoretical methods in the sciences. Design, implementation, interpretation, evaluation of models. Conceptual, analytical, computational models; simulations; evolutionary algorithms; optimality models; role of theory in science. Case studies from a variety of natural and social sciences.

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