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=== CMS course requirements ===  === CMS course requirements ===  
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+  * Core requirements: 7 common courses taken by all CMS students (first year)  
+  * Depth requirement: 3 courses in a given area  
+  * Breadth requirement: 3 courses from mathematics, science, engineering, or economics  
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+  * Algorithms & complexity: Approximation algorithms, online algorithms, complexity theory, and computability.  
+  * Algorithmic economics: Auctions and mechanism design, algorithmic game theory, and privacy.  
+  * Biological circuits: Organic substrates for computation, including neuronal computing and DNA computing.  
+  * Feedback & control: Robust control, feedback, dynamical systems theory.  
+  * Inference & statistics: Statistical decision theory, information theory, and adaptive signal processing.  
+  * Information systems: Information theory, coding theory, communication, and signal processing.  
+  * Machine learning & vision: Algorithmic, mathematical, and biological perspectives on computational models for learning and vision.  
+  * Networked systems: The study of complex networks, in fields ranging from biology, social science, communications, and power.  
+  * Optimization: Convex optimization, conic and discrete optimization, and numerical methods for largescale optimization.  
+  * Quantum information theory: Quantum algorithms and complexity, convex optimization, and operator theory.  
+  * Scientific computing: Computational methods for problems arising in the physical sciences, partial differential equations.  
+  * Uncertainty quantification: Markov chains and martingales, stochastic system analysis, and convex optimization.  
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Revision as of 17:20, 11 April 2014
CMS course requirements


Track  Fall  Winter  Spring 
Core 



Feedback and control 


Additional CMS courses
Track  Fall  Winter  Spring 
Mathematics 
CDS 201  Linear Algebra & Applied Operator Theory


Stochastic systems 
Introduction to Stochastic Processes and Modeling

Markov Chains, Discrete Stochastic Processes and Applications

Stochastic Inference

Dynamical Systems 
CDS 140a   
Robust Control 
Modern Control Theory

Algorithmic Game Theory

