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SYST 763: Research Methods in Systems Engineering and Information Technology

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Examines alternative paradigms of scientific research and their applicability to research in information technology. Topics include fundamental elements of scientific investigation, basic principles of experimental design and statistical induction, philosophy of science and its relation to the information technology sciences, and case studies of information technology research.

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Examines alternative paradigms of scientific research and their applicability to research in information technology. Topics include fundamental elements of scientific investigation, basic principles of experimental design and statistical induction, philosophy of science and its relation to the information technology sciences, and case studies of information technology research.

Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3

Equivalent to OR 763

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

STAT 544, OR 542, or permission of instructor

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