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Winter 2013: EECS 498-002 Human-Centered Computing

Course No.: EECS 498 - 002
Credit Hours: 3 credits
Instructor: Emily Mower Provost
Prerequisites: EECS 280 or graduate standing

Course Description:
In this course we will cover the techniques that underlie the state of-the-art systems in the human-centered computing field. Students will develop a critical understanding of HCC systems ranging from data collection to human state recognition to feedback. The course evaluation will include homework, a midterm exam, and a final project. [More Info]