Also cross listed as Biometry 4840/6840
Biometry 3010 (However if you know Statistics and Probability you’ll be fine) and CS 2110 (A programming course with Algorithms is the general description for the programming requirement)
- Genetic Algorithms
- Dynamic Programming
- Hidden Markov Models
- Viterbi Algorithm
5 Homeworks (problem sets) and a Final Project (Worked on over the semester) The problem sets are fairly time consuming unless you really know what you’re doing. Fortunately Professor Williams is very generous and each problem set has a grace period till 9 am the following morning. You also get 2 late days which can be used throughout the semsester. The final project is up to you. At the end you will present in class.
The textbook readings are pretty helpful. Start early on the problem sets and spread out your work on the final project so you aren’t cramming till the very end.
Really interesting topics and Professor Williams is a good lecturer. She’s also very willing to explain concepts or talk about additional details mentioned in class.
|Semester||Time||Professor||Median Grade||Course Page|
|2016 FA||TR 10:10 - 11:25||Amy Williams||?||http://williamslab.bscb.cornell.edu/btry4840/index.php/Main_Page|
|2015 FA||TR 10:10 - 11:25||Amy Williams||?||http://williamslab.bscb.cornell.edu/btry4840-2015/index.php/Main_Page|