Computational Intelligence and Management ( 2012 Autumn )
- Organisation: ÅAU / Dept. of Information Technologies
- Credit Points: 5
- Schedule: Period 1
The course will explore advances in coputational intelligence and find out how the technology can be used to develop management in large corporations.
When completing the course a student should be able to:
- Understand and explain the key possibilities and challenges of Computational Intelligence for management in the form of written essays; the issues include smart technology for fast problem solving, decision making and DSS, planning and productivity, strategic management and strategy building with visual and interactive ICT, fighting cybercrime and IS security technology
- Learn how to search for and find relevant data, information and knowledge in support of the issues dealt with in the course by working through internet sources with intelligent ICT tools
- Read, learn and critically evaluate the material of textbooks , articles and case studies
Description of other previous knowledge: Basic and intermediate level courses in Information Systems
Number of participants: min/max 5/40
Henry C. Lucas, Jr.. Information technology and the productivity paradox : assessing the value of investing in IT . 1999. New York : Oxford University Press.
Kordon, Arthur K.. Applying computational intelligence : how to create value. 2010. Berlin : Springer.
Mode of study:
lectures (16.00h), home work (50.00h), literature (60.00h), exam (4.00h)
More information on the course is available in Moodle (https://moodle2.vasa.abo.fi/login/index.php)