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CS 351: Open Problems in Coding Theory

Coding theory is the study of how to encode data to protect it from noise. Coding theory touches CS, EE, math, and many other areas, and there are exciting open problems at all of these frontiers. In this class, we will explore these open problems by reading recent research papers and thinking about some open problems together. Required work will involve reading and presenting research papers, as well as working in small groups at these open problems and presenting progress. (Solving an open problem is not required!) Topics will depend on student interest and may include locality, coded computation, index coding, interactive communication, and group testing. Prerequisites: CS250 / EE387 or EE388; or linear algebra and permission of the instructor.
Terms: Spr | Units: 3
Instructors: Wootters, M. (PI)
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