AUT - Computational Intelligence at AUT University: an overview

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Computational Intelligence at AUT University: an overview

  • Also referred to as, or includes, data mining, information architecture
The study of computational intelligence produces graduates who will have:
  • An understanding of information systems and their application in particular domains
  • An understanding and application of the technical aspects of database and programming for information retrieval and presentation
  • An awareness of the roles of information technology specialists, and their contribution in an organisational context of information systems
  • The ability to acquire and process information and knowledge from large databases

Key academic contact

Russel Pears

Russel Pears
Associate Professor in Computer Science
Phone:  +64 9 921 9999  Ext 5344
russel.pears@aut.ac.nz

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School of Computer and Mathematical Sciences

Undergraduate phone: +64 9 921-9999 ext. 5857
Undergraduate email: bcis@aut.ac.nz

Postgraduate phone: +64 9 921-9999 ext. 8432
Postgraduate email: mcis@aut.ac.nz

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Last updated: 19-Feb-2014 1.48pm

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