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Applied Mathematics and
Computer Science
Algorithms and large volumes
of information processing systems
Applied computer
data analysis

Algorithms and large volumes
of information processing systems

Master specialty comprises the training of high professional qualification specialists focused on interdisciplinary research in the development and research of mathematical models in information systems and distributed heavily loaded networks, as well as specializing in the development of efficient algorithms (parallel, approximate) processing of large volumes of information, on the analysis and searching for dependencies stored in distributed data cluster and cloud systems.

The current level of training of specialists in this master's program provides a good knowledge of basic concepts and methods of mathematical modelling in a concrete  subject area, as well as fluency in the latest instrumental methods and tools of complex information systems development.

Master's graduates work for companies whose activities are related to the development of highly services on the Internet, the creation of knowledge-based innovation systems used in commerce, industry and other fields.

Academic plan of the specialty:

 

List of academic disciplines

Total hours

Classroom hours

1

Modern methods of designing effective large amounts of data processing algorithms

172

68

2

Technology and computer systems processing large volumes of data

172

68

3

UNIX family Operating Systems

188

68

4

Script programming language (Python)

112

54

5

Technology design and development of  high-oaded web-based systems

112

54

6

Word processing algorithms

170

66

7

Elective courses:

Introduction to Machine Learning / Introduction to Information Retrieval / Introduction to linguistics and automatic text processing

112

54

 

Preparation of Master's thesis

744

 

 

Practice

162

 

 In the 2016-2017 academic year, it is planned to establish a plan of admission to the budget form of training - 20 students on a paid form - 10 students.

 The Master’s Degree Program requires the first stage of higher education students in the following directions:

 

Mathematical Sciences and Computer Science (code 1-31 03)

         

Computer Science and Engineering (code 1-40)

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