15458 Discrete Differential Geometry
15458  COURSE PROFILE
Course Level: Undergraduate
Frequency Offered: Generally offered once per year (Spring or Fall)  confirm course offerings for upcoming semesters by accessing the university Schedule of Classes.
Course Relevance (who should take this course?): This course is for students interested in working with 3D data. Examples include: physical/numerical simulation, computer vision, computer graphics, robotics, architecture/art/design, medical or anatomical data analysis.
Key Topics:  Background Knowledge:  Learning Resources: 
 Basic knowledge of linear algebra, vector calculus, and programming.  
Course Goals/Objectives:  Assessment Structure:  



Most Recent Syllabus: http://brickisland.net/DDGSpring2016/coursesyllabus/  Special Permission Required: No (if yes, please see Notes)  Units: 12 
Course Website: http://geometry.cs.cmu.edu/ddg  Department Website: https://www.csd.cs.cmu.edu  College Website: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/ 
Sample class notes: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~kmcrane/Projects/DGPDEC/paper.pdf  Sample Assignment: http://brickisland.net/DDGSpring2016/assignments/  Sample Lecture Recording: Typically no recorded lectures 
Notes: This course is crosslisted with graduate level number 15858. Graduate students MUST enroll in the graduate level version of the course. Graduate students will NOT be enrolled into the undergraduate level course and will ber emoved from the waitlist without notification.  Back to Course Profile List 
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