CSC 746 - Information Visualization
3 Credit(s) This course presents theories and techniques behind information visualization and scientific visualization concerning the use of color, image representation, computer graphics, and scientific visualization. The course describes the principles of visual perception, information data types, and visual encoding of data representations, and then focuses on the study, design, and development of visualization techniques for the analysis, comprehension, explanation, and manipulation of large collections of datasets. The latest visualization toolkits will be applied to design and generate visual interpretation of large amounts of complex data. Three lecture hours per week.
Pre-requisites: matriculated in a computer science graduate program or permission of graduate program coordinator.