CS 469 - Algorithms in Geographic Information Technology
The design and analysis of contemporary algorithms and their applications to geographic information technology. This course offers an exposition of the algorithmic principles driving advances in this application field. Data modeling, algorithm design techniques such as backtracking and divide-and-conquer, and machine learning algorithms are discussed in the context of the application field. CS credit will be given for only one of these courses: CS 440 - Theory of Algorithms or CS 469. Prerequisites: ◆ CS 341 - Data Structures, and CS 369 - Spatial Information Processing.