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Guide to the Stanford University, Department of Computer Science, qualifying examinations
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Qualifying examinations for the graduate program in Computer Science at Stanford University, compiled into reports. Examinations cover six subareas of computer science: Programming Langages and Systems, Artificial Intelligence, Numerical Analysis, Computer Design, Theory of Computation, and Analysis of Algorithms. Reports include questions from examinations and associated reading lists.
The Department of Computer Science was established in 1965.
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