Number Title Grade CS 430 Finite Automata Theory B- CS 545 Robotics A CS 555 Advanced Operating Systems A+ EE 557 Computer Systems Architecture A- CS 577a Software Engineering A+ CS 577b Software Engineering A CS 585 Database Systems B+ CS 615 Robot Motion Planning A+
Plan of Studies for Richard J. Wagner Updated December 12, 1996 Ph.D. Program in Computer Science Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, and Neural Computation Track Dissertation Advisor: Kenneth Goldberg Industrial Engineering and Operations Research University of California at Berkeley Dissertation Comittee: Behrokh Khoshnevis, Industrial & Systems Engineering, USC (outside member) Ari Requicha, Computer Science, USC Fall Semester 1994: CS 790 Directed Research, 6 units Spring Semester 1995: CS 561 Artificial Intelligence, 3 units (core course, B+) CS 790 Research, 3 units Fall Semester 1995: CS 564 Brain Theory and AI, 3 units (Group 1 track course, B) CS 570 Analysis of Algorithms, 3 units (core course, A-) Spring Semester 1996: CS 582 Geometric Modeling, 3 units (Group 2 track course, A-) Fall Semester 1996: CS 574 Computer Vision, 3 units (Group 2 track course, A-) Spring Semester 1997: CS 794a Doctoral Dissertation, 2 units CS 790 Research, 3 units Summer Semester 1997: CS 794b Doctoral Dissertation, 2 units CS 790 Research, 3 units Total of these units: 34 Transfer from Master's program: 27 Grand total: 61 Units required: 60This plan was reviewed approved by CS Department PhD Advisor Prof. Dennis McLeod on Friday, October 25, 1996.
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