Housed in the B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences, the department offers bachelor's and master's degrees in computer science.

History

In 1973, RIT's Institute College established the Department of Computer Science and Technology. In July of 1976, the Department moved into the newly formed School of Computer Science and Technology. In 1981, the School of Computer Science and Technology moved into the College of Applied Science and Technology, taking the Department with it. The Department remained in CAST until 2000. In 2001, the School of Computer Science and Technology formally became its own college, the B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences (GCCIS), and the Department was moved into GCCIS.

Dates of Existence

1973-present

Historical Names

Department of Computer Science and Technology

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Documents from 1983

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Distributed computation in computer networks, Ching-Liang You

Documents from 1982

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On the Use of Cognitive Principles and the Personalized System of Instruction in Computer Science Education, James Bradley

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The Implementation of a Network Oriented Database Management System Designed to Run Under the Unix Operating System, Mary Dvonch

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SMA80 Structured Macro Assembler, Joseph R. Garappolo

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Development of a Software Package to Generate Screen Maintenance Programs for Use on Qantel Computers, Jane Keller

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An Investigation and Implementation of Recommendation X.25 on a Motorola M6800 Based Network, Louis Nyerges

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Satellite channel sharing and its implications for computer networks, David Storch

Documents from 1981

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The use of the spline function in computer-aided type design, Kathleen Barry Albertini

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Draw-a-map: An Interactive graphical system using a relational data base, Ethel Comte

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Tracing COBOL programs- What can your students gain?, Henry Etlinger

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The biological and mathematical basis of L systems, Christine Kelly-Sacks

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Cryptography and its application to operating system security, Michelle Painchaud

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Major Trends in Operating Systems Development, Margaret M. Reek

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Language processors for the Motorola M68000 microprocessor, Joseph Ziarko

Documents from 1980

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The CMS-2 subset compiler, J. T. Badura

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Implementation of an LALR(1) Parser Generator, G. Svenheim

Documents from 1979

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Concur: a High-Level Language for Concurrent Programming, Karen Anderson

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The AL Compiler, Kenneth Reek

Documents from 1977

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Computer Recognition of Various Aspects of a 35-Lead Electrocardiogram, Mitchell Janoff