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Visually Enabled Reasoning IAT 854 (3)

Explores how interactive visual interfaces can help to shape human cognitive processes. It combines the study of visually-enabled reasoning as a cognitive science and the use of interactive visualization technologies such as IN-SPIRE, Starlight, and Jigsaw as well as conventional statistical and mathematical analysis tools that support human cognitive processes. Prerequisite: Registered graduate students from the School of Interactive Arts and Technology, or with permission of the instructor.