SYLLABUS - Syllabus Course Facilitator Alan...

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Syllabus Course Facilitator : Alan Feng ( [email protected] ) Units : 2 units, Pass/No Pass, CECs by email Time and Place : Thursdays 7-9pm at Haas C230 Lab/Discussion (Optional): 12pm – 5pm 1 st floor of Moffitt Library Course Description : UC Berkeley students with an interest in real-time strategy games and the competitive gaming landscape are encouraged to participate in this class. This course will go in-depth in the theory of how war is conducted within the confines of the game Starcraft. There will be lecture on various aspects of the game, from the viewpoint of pure theory to the more computational aspects of how exactly battles are conducted. Calculus and Differential Equations are highly recommended for full understanding of the course. Furthermore, the class will take the theoretical into the practical world by analyzing games and replays to reinforce decision-making skills and advanced Starcraft theory. Class will start with lecture and usually include a special discussion topic having to do with the day’s lecture to inspire new and original thought. At the end of lecture, there may be time to analyze student-submitted replays to illustrate a point or to improve analysis. Homework will be
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2009 for the course ACC 294 taught by Professor Jakens during the Fall '09 term at Acton School of Business.

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