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SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, MASTER OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY WITH INTERNET. APPLICATIONS, COMP S801 Object Oriented Programming and Internet Application Development. 10 credits 2 semesters, Course Coordinator Dr Raymond So Email rso ouhk edu hk. The course aims to provide students with programming knowledge for the development of internet based and browser. based software applications It covers the following topics. Application development in Java, The conduits in internet software networking. The back end in internet software databases, Interactive web technologies.
XML and the semantic web, AJAX and web services, There are four tutor marked assignments TMAs throughout the course Tutors will grade and comment extensively on. Tutors are expected to conduct 10 tutorials with his or her group of students The tutorials will be held on Saturday. afternoon or Sunday Surgeries will occur on about one evening every two to three weeks and the duties will be shared. among tutors Tutors are also expected to allocate six hours per week to answer questions through email online. discussion forums and telephone The frequency of questions usually increases one or two weeks before the cut off. date of each TMA, Applicants are expected to have a Master degree or higher in Computer Science or a related discipline preferably. with tertiary teaching experience and industrial experience in the relevant areas. UNDERGRADUATE COURSES, COMP S201 Computing Fundamentals with Java 10 credits 2 semesters. Course Coordinator Dr Kelvin Lee Tel 2768 6815, This is a middle level course which introduces the basic elements of computer science with emphasis on object oriented. programming in Java, The aims of the course are, Provide students with a sound foundation in software development and deployment models.
Provide students with a sound foundation in Object Oriented Programming. Enable students to analyse problems and produce software designs to handle these problems using object. oriented programming methodology, Develop students knowledge and understanding of the fundamental concepts in developing Java programs. The content include, Computer Concepts and Skills, Problem Solving through Objects. Java Programming, Classes and Objects, Control Structures. Advanced Control Structures, More on Classes, Basic Input Output. Graphical User Interface, Data Structures, A total of four tutor marked assignments TMAs are given throughout the course Tutors will be required to mark and.
comment extensively on TMAs Each tutor is expected to conduct about ten tutorials for his her group as well as some. surgery sessions for answering questions from students It is a requirement that tutors are available to attend these. tutorials on either Saturday afternoon or Sunday In addition they need to allocate a number of hours a week to give. advice and help to their own group of students on the problems about the course which are raised by email or phone in. queries Usually the number of queries and questions are expected to increase as the cut off dates of TMAs approach. It is expected that a tutor can have access to an x86 computer with MS Windows and Word If you need to use the dial. up access to the Internet provided by OUHK a modem is also needed Answering questions from students through. other electronic means such as discussion group are also required. Applicants must possess an honours degree in Computer Science or a related discipline or have passed Part I and Part. II examinations of the British Computer Society or equivalent Programming experience in an object oriented language. preferably Java is required Teaching experience will be an advantage but it is not a requirement. MATHEMATICAL STUDIES AND STATISTICS, MATH S122 A Foundation in Applied Mathematics 10 credits 2 semesters. Course Coordinator Dr Douglas Ng Tel 2768 6880 Email dng ouhk edu hk. MATH S122 forms half of the foundation series in mathematics for the School of Science and Technology and is. expected to attract students interested in mathematics and applied science. This course is composed of a preparatory package and thirteen study units The preparatory package is designed to. prepare students to the skills required for distance learning and the course Unit 1 reviews relations and functions and. then introduces parametric equations and polar coordinates Unit 2 discusses systems of equations and their solutions. Unit 3 considers matrices and matrix equations for linear systems Unit 4 presents the cycle of mathematical modelling. Units 5 to 10 investigate differentiation integration and their applications Unit 11 introduces vectors and their. operations Unit 12 focuses on applications of calculus and analytic geometry in describing position and motion and. Unit 13 provides an introduction to statistics Most units will include work with the algebraic software Scientific. There are five tutor marked assignments 5 computer marked assignments and a final examination for MATH S122. Each tutor is expected to meet with his her group in a series of tutorials held every 2 3 weeks throughout the course. Tutorials are held in weekday evenings or during weekends The tutor is required to prepare work for students to use at. the tutorials and provide consultation on phone and the Internet. Tutors must possess an honours degree in Mathematics or a related discipline Experience on algebraic software and the. Internet is required Teaching experience is highly desirable although it is not a requirement. MATH S215 Linear Algebra 5 credits 1 semester, Course Coordinator Dr Douglas Ng Tel 2768 6880 Email dng ouhk edu hk. The course is derived from part of the M203 a middle level pure mathematics course from British Open University It. is a compulsory course for both BSc BSc Hons in Mathematical Studies and BSc BSc Hons in Statistics and. Decision Science It aims to provide students with basic knowledge on Linear Algebra It is also recommended for. students who wish to consolidate their mathematical and algebraic techniques in order to enhance quantitative skills for. further studies, The course is made up of 7 study units 5 units cover the Linear Algebra and the remaining 2 units deal with the real. numbers analysis and convergence of the sequence The course covers the following topics. Vectors and Conics coordinate geometry points planes and lines vectors dot product conic sections. System of Linear Equations and Matrices simultaneous linear equations row reduction matrix algebra. matrix inverses determinants, Vector Spaces linear combinations and spanning sets bases and dimension subspaces orthogonal bases. Linear Transformations matrices of linear transformations composition and invertibility image and kernel. Eigenvectors eigenvalues and eigenvectors diagonalising matrices symmetric matrices conics and. Numbers real numbers inequalities proving inequalities least upper bounds. Sequences null sequences convergent sequences divergent sequences monotone convergence theorem. Students have been advised to complete both foundation mathematics courses MATH S121 and MATH S122 before. they enrol on MATH S215 They should be independent learners on studying course units Tutors are expected to. provide support to these adult learners in building up relevant mathematical concepts through tutorials assignments. telephone contact and communications through the Internet. The course contains 2 tutor marked assignments which will require about one hour to mark on average Tutors are. given a marking scheme on each assignment and they are expected to teach through assignment marking. About six 2 hour tutorials and 3 surgeries are held during weekends throughout the course The tutor is required to. prepare notes for students to use in the tutorials and to own a computer at home In addition tutors are required to. allocate a minimum 8 hours per week for student contact through telephone web learning environment or email The. frequency of questions usually increases one or two weeks before the cut off date of each TMA. MATH S215 is an Online Learning Environment OLE course Tutors must be able to communicate and to support. students learning through the OLE Details about the OLE components can be found from. http www ouhk edu hk ole html, Tutors for this course must have a higher degree in mathematics or equivalent with a substantial component in Pure.
Mathematics Teaching experience at A level or above in Pure Mathematics is a distinct advantage. MATH S221 Mathematical Methods 10 credits 2 semesters. Course Coordinator Dr Anita S M Wong Tel 2768 6810 email anwong ouhk edu hk. This is a second level mathematics course featuring on the core of the applied mathematical methods and techniques. which are appropriately used for different courses in mathematics statistics engineering science and technology. programmes, This course teaches the commonly used mathematical methods that are required in most science and engineering. disciplines but also covers many examples involving skills in the application of mathematical techniques It contains. material that will find of great use not only in the higher level of technical courses but also in the profession after. graduation Part of the course units introduces the basic skill to work with the computer algebra software that can be. used to solve a wide variety of mathematical problems. This course includes 14 units starting with revision of calculus then going on to first order and second order. differential equations vector algebra matrices and determinants Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors system of differential. equations There are several units on mathematical methods for three dimensional problems which include partial. differential equations vector calculus and multiple integrals There are also units devoted to the Fourier series Laplace. transforms and numerical methods for differential equations Most of the numerical mathematics such as on differential. equations linear algebraic equations and eigenvalues has practical computing activities associated with it These. activities will be carried out using computer algebraic software MathCad The course software will be delivered on. CD ROMS No programming skills are required, Students taking MATH S221 have been advised to complete one of the mathematics foundation courses MATH S111. MATH S112 MATH S121 or MATH S122 or have gained relevant mathematics knowledge from their previous study. They should be reasonable competent in studying as independent learners. There are 4 tutor marked assignments spread throughout the course. Each tutor is expected to meet with his her group in 10 2 hour regular tutorials during weekends throughout the course. The tutor is required to prepare notes for students to use in the tutorials and to own a computer at home Some regular. surgeries will be held on weekday nights with tutors attending on a rota basis In addition tutors are required to allocate. a minimum 8 hours per week for student contact through telephone web learning environment or email. MATH S221 is an Online Learning Environment OLE course Tutors must be able to communicate and to support. students learning through the OLE Details about the OLE components can be found from. http www ouhk edu hk ole html, For this course tutors should have an honours degree in mathematics applied mathematics engineering or equivalent. It is required that the tutor has practical experience in using mathematical or algebraic software MathCad Teaching. experience would clearly be an advantage although it is not a requirement. MATH S249 Practical Modern Statistics 10 credits 2 semesters. Course Coordinator Dr Carlin Chu Tel 2768 6876 Email ccfchu ouhk edu hk. The course is intended to provide an introduction to four major topics of modern applied statistics medical statistics. time series multivariate analysis and Bayesian statistics The main emphasis is on the practice of statistics although. the underlying principles are included Use of the computer is an essential component the course includes SPSS. LearnBayes and WinBUGS software which students will use them to analyze data and develop the understanding of. statistics Four computer books give detailed guidance for all the computer activities MATH S249 is one of the. compulsory middle level courses for BSc and BSc Hons in Statistics and Decision Science. The topics covered are, Medical Statistics, Cohort studies and case control studies. Bias confounding and causation, Randomized controlled trials and Medical literature.
Time Series, Decomposition models, Exponential smoothing. Holt Winters forecasting, Autocorrelation prediction intervals and model checking. ARIMA and Autoregressive models, Multivariate Analysis. Describing and displaying multivariate data, Principal Component Analysis. Discrimination, Bayesian Statistics, Bayes theorem.
Exploring prior to posterior analyses for a proportion. Conjugate analyses, Bayesian inference via simulation. Markov chain Monte Carlo, Students have been advised to complete one of the middle level statistics courses MATH S245 MATH S246 MATH. S248 MATH S280 MATH S242 before they enrol on MATH S249 They should be independent learners on studying. course units Tutors are expected to provide support to these adult learners in building up relevant statistical concepts. through tutorials assignments telephone contact and communications through the Internet. The course contains 4 tutor marked assignments which will require about one hour to mark on average Tutors are. discussion forums and telephone The frequency of questions usually increases one or two weeks before the cut off date of each TMA Applicants are expected to have a Master degree or higher in Computer Science or a related discipline preferably with tertiary teaching experience and industrial experience in the relevant areas UNDERGRADUATE COURSES COMP S201 Computing Fundamentals with Java

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