42009 Parallel and Multicore Computing6cp; 1hpw (lecture), 2hpw (integrated tutorial/lab)
Requisite(s): 32555 Fundamentals of Software Development
Familiarity with installing operating systems and basic programming skills.
This subject adopts both a traditional coursework approach to teaching complex issues of developing parallel and multicore computing systems and a problem-based learning approach to the task of designing and implementing complex software intensive applications that use parallel and multicore computing paradigms, components and tools. The final product of the subject is a fine quality, well designed, implemented and documented software project (development plan, requirements specification, design of the system, application code and test).
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125