Introduction to GUI Programming and Graphics
CS 3744: Design and implementation of object-oriented graphical user interfaces (GUI) and two-dimensional computer graphics systems. Implementation methodologies including callbacks, handlers, event listeners, design patterns, layout managers, and architectural models. Mathematical foundations of computer graphics applied to fundamental algorithms for clipping, scan conversion, affine and convex linear transformations, projections, viewing, structuring, and modeling. (3H,3C)
Prerequisites: Math 1114 and 1224; a grade of C or better in CS 2114.
Note: CS majors must achieve a grade of C or better in CS 2104 before attempting CS 3744.
This course is part of the Human-Computer Interaction track.
See: course web pages.