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Repairs of the printed version of the Yellow Book 98/99

Canceled courses for summer semester 1999

  • I009 Parallel calculations
  • I023 Petri Network
  • I046 Computability II
  • I056 Fuzzy sets and their applications
  • I057 Information Society Seminar
  • P055 Advanced Data Base Technology.
  • P069 Hybrid Machine Learning Systems
  • P092 Marketing and Technology Management

New subjects listed for summer semester 1999:

  • M038 Pologrups - Algorithmic Aspects
  • I071 Introduction to Language C
    This subject is recommended to all students not quite proficient in C language (especially recommended for those interested in I070 Object Programming).
  • I072 Concurrency - seminar
  • P107 Corpus Linguistics Project II
  • P109 History and development trends in computing
  • P110 Corpus Linguistic and Computational Lexicography
    The lecture will be presented on a block basis in days: 19 - 23.4. 1999
  • P111 VRML Language
    Teaching will take place in a block.
  • P112 Programming in OpenGL
  • P113 Software Electronic Publications - Seminar
  • P114 Data Modeling I
  • V033 Biocybernetics

Newly listed courses for semester Winter 1998:

  • M037 Pologrupy - combinatorial aspects
    This course is intended especially for students of PGS and for students of advanced courses of master studies.
  • I071 Introduction to Language C
    This subject is recommended to all students not quite proficient in C language (especially recommended for those interested in I070 Object Programming).
  • P106 Corpus Linguistics Project I
  • P108 Environmentalism

Canceled courses (will not be listed in winter semester 1998)

  • I061 Frontiers of Computing - New fundamental methods of information processing
  • I016 Distributed algorithms
  • I045 Topology of Distributed Systems

New compulsory subjects for specialized study of informatics

  • (page 36)
    The definition of the compulsory choice of at least two variants of the three courses I013, I014 and I070 applies only to students who started their studies at the faculty on 1 September 1998. For all other students the condition of the previous edition of the Yellow Book is still mandatory: of items I013, I014.
  • (pages 33 and 36)
    If a student has completed (original) course I002 with 4 credits, he / she is not required to attend I065. Subject I065 is only required for students who attend / have passed the current I002 with 2 credits.