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Well, I'd like to try a concept here with you guys, if it were possible and allowed here.

So, this idea is stolen from the Tech Report

There's not much to it- there's no set topic, no such thing as derailing the thread. The thread is simply allowed to run it's course.

There's only two rules to it;

1. Forum rules still apply- be respectful
2. Posts must contain some substance (e.g. no posts with just 'lol' for example')

If you want to see how it's supposed to work, there's a good example here:

TR Forums • View topic - dont ya mean type - Reqiescat in Pace

TR Forums • View topic - dymt reloaded

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So do I!

Best Way - Fried Snapping Turtle Recipe | eHow.com

(Not suitable for vegetarians)

Seriously though, never had much exotic food like that before.
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LUL. Meme WIN.

@bobhaha, if you've ever listened to 2GB (873 AM), your mind will be blown.

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A brief history of Optics development
Wave Motion
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Harmonic waves
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Complex number representation
Three-dimensional waves
Electromagnetic waves
Basic laws of electromagnetic theory
Electromagnetic waves
Energy, momentum and radiation
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Polarization
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Circular polarization
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The Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology is currently accredited with the Australian Computer Society at Professional level.
Admission

Assumed knowledge required: HSC Mathematics and any two units of HSC English.

Applications from Australian and New Zealand citizens and holders of permanent resident visas must be made via the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC).

International applicants must apply directly to the University of Western Sydney via UWS International.

Applicants who have undertaken studies overseas may have to provide proof of proficiency in English. Details of minimum English proficiency requirements and acceptable proof can be found on the Universities Admissions Centre website (UAC).

Overseas qualifications must be deemed by the Australian Education International - National Office of Overseas Skills Recognition (AEI-NOOSR) to be equivalent to Australian qualifications in order to be considered by UAC and UWS.

Qualification for this award requires the successful completion of 240 credit points which include the units listed in the recommended sequence below.
Recommended Sequence
Full-time - Start Year Intake
Year 1
Autumn session

Programming Fundamentals

As a first unit in computer programming, Programming Fundamentals covers basic computer architecture, basic data and file structures, concept of algorithms, programming constructs, programming language features and functions, program design, test design, basic documentation. A high level programming language is employed to solve problems in a structured manner.

Principles of Professional Communication 1

This unit provide students with an introductory understanding of a range of communication theories and practices necessary for academic work and professional success.

Systems Analysis and Design

This unit provides an introduction to systems analysis and design. Incorporating systems concepts, theories and methodologies, this unit provides students with elementary problem solving experience in computerised information systems. Students will gain the ability to derive systems requirements from problem definitions and to produce system models using process, data, object and network modelling. Design and implementation issues include, (but may not be limited to), elementary database design, input, output and user interface design and prototyping. Students are also introduced to roles and responsibilities in information systems development, selection of packaged solutions and the principles of software quality.

Statistical Decision Making

Statistical Decision Making introduces students to various statistical techniques supporting the study of computing and science. Presentation of the content will emphasize the correct principles and procedures for collecting and analysing scientific data, using information and communication technologies. Topics include describing different sets of data, probability distributions, statistical inference, and simple linear regression and correlation.
Spring session

Computer Networking

This introductory unit in computer systems networking covers basic networking topologies, Ethernet fundamentals, ISO OSI layers, routing, switching and sub-nets, the Internet architecture, networking protocols including TCP/IP, important networking devices such as repeaters, hubs, bridges, routers and gateways, basic management and security issues. This unit is also the first of three units which will prepare students for industry based networking certification.

Object Oriented Analysis

Analysing and modeling requirements using the object-oriented (OO) approach is the core strength of this unit. The Unified Modifying Language (version 2.0) is used as a modeling standard for creating OO models in the problem space. This unit consolidates and extends the knowledge gained by students in Introduction to Analysis and Design unit and applies it to practical OO analysis work through a case study.

Database Design and Development

The main purpose of this unit is to provide students with an opportunity to gain a basic knowledge of database design and development including data modeling methods, techniques for database design using a set of business rules that are derived from a case study and finally implementation of the database using a commercial relational database management system. The unit also examines a number of important database concepts such as database administration, concurrency, backup and recovery and security. At the same time student learning and intercommunication skills are enhanced by running tutorial presentations and group assignments.

And one elective
Year 2
Autumn session

Technologies for Web Applications

Building on material covered in Programming Fundamentals this unit introduces students to the basics of developing interactive and dynamic web applications from both the client and server perspective. The unit covers web site design, web site development, web page accessibility and usability, XHTML, CSS, client side and server side scripting, database interaction, web site promotion (SEO), legal issues and web security.

Programming Techniques

This unit builds on the programming foundation laid in the unit Programming Fundamentals. Utilising an object-oriented language it continues the development of programming skills and methodologies required for professional programming and for further study in later computing units. Topics covered include object-oriented programming techniques of encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism, programming concepts including pointers, references, multi-dimensional arrays, strings, file I/O, and abstract data types.

Computer Networks and Internets

This unit provides students with an in-depth understanding of the applications of computer networks and the concept of internetworking through the TCP/IP suite of protocols. Some of the network security threats along with their appropriate counter measures are also discussed. The main focus of the unit is on communication and network devices.

And one elective
Spring session

Web Systems Development

In this unit students will learn how to build a Web based information systems using programming, database, networking and web technologies that they have learned in other units. Students will learn about various web system architectures and development methodologies that can be used when developing web based information systems. Students will also learn about how to model, design and implement different aspects of Web based information systems.

Discrete Structures and Complexity

The fact that computers work at all in the way they do is due to the formal mathematical structure that is used in their design. The same holds for establishing important matters such as the reliability of our computer networks. This unit presents, in their computing context, a range of mathematical concepts that are essential for understanding a number of topics concerning computers: the ways they work, they ways they interact, and the ways we interact with them.

And two electives
Year 3
Autumn session

Human-Computer Interaction

A key component to the discipline of Information Systems is the understanding and the advocacy of the user in the development of IT applications and systems. IT graduates must develop a mind-set that recognizes the importance of users and organizational contexts. They must employ user-centered methodologies in the development, evaluation, and deployment of IT applications and systems. This unit examines human-computer interaction in order to develop and evaluate software, websites and information systems that not only look professional but are usable, functional and accessible.

Professional Development

This is a final year unit that builds on foundation and intermediate computing units to prepare students for professional experience. The unit covers the content in three modules as 1) Ethics and Professional Code of Conduct, 2) Project Management, and 3) Legal, Social, Environmental issues, Quality Assurance and IT Compliance. The content covered in these three modules are carefully designed to fill in the gaps in knowledge that is not so far covered previous units in preparing students for the challenging projects units and professional working life ahead. This unit is a pre-requisite to the capstone project, covered in Professional Experience Project unit.

Operating Systems Programming

This unit provides the knowledge of the internal structure and functionality of Operating Systems. An operating system defines an abstraction of hardware behaviour and provides a range of services more suitable for ICT application development than what raw hardware could deliver, in terms of convenience, efficiency and security. It is important that ICT Professionals have some understanding of how these services are realized. For ICT Professionals whose role includes supporting the operating system this unit provides the introduction to the relevant theory and practice.

And one elective
Spring session

Professional Experience

This unit acts as a single capstone unit and through the medium of a specific project, provides opportunities for students to experience the range of issues in requirements definition, analysis, design and implementation, relating to the development of a software product.

And three electives
Full-Time Mid Year Intake
Spring session 1

Computer Networking

This introductory unit in computer systems networking covers basic networking topologies, Ethernet fundamentals, ISO OSI layers, routing, switching and sub-nets, the Internet architecture, networking protocols including TCP/IP, important networking devices such as repeaters, hubs, bridges, routers and gateways, basic management and security issues. This unit is also the first of three units which will prepare students for industry based networking certification.

Object Oriented Analysis

Analysing and modeling requirements using the object-oriented (OO) approach is the core strength of this unit. The Unified Modifying Language (version 2.0) is used as a modeling standard for creating OO models in the problem space. This unit consolidates and extends the knowledge gained by students in Introduction to Analysis and Design unit and applies it to practical OO analysis work through a case study.

Database Design and Development

The main purpose of this unit is to provide students with an opportunity to gain a basic knowledge of database design and development including data modeling methods, techniques for database design using a set of business rules that are derived from a case study and finally implementation of the database using a commercial relational database management system. The unit also examines a number of important database concepts such as database administration, concurrency, backup and recovery and security. At the same time student learning and intercommunication skills are enhanced by running tutorial presentations and group assignments.

Programming Fundamentals

As a first unit in computer programming, Programming Fundamentals covers basic computer architecture, basic data and file structures, concept of algorithms, programming constructs, programming language features and functions, program design, test design, basic documentation. A high level programming language is employed to solve problems in a structured manner.
Autumn session 2

Technologies for Web Applications

Building on material covered in Programming Fundamentals this unit introduces students to the basics of developing interactive and dynamic web applications from both the client and server perspective. The unit covers web site design, web site development, web page accessibility and usability, XHTML, CSS, client side and server side scripting, database interaction, web site promotion (SEO), legal issues and web security.

Systems Analysis and Design

This unit provides an introduction to systems analysis and design. Incorporating systems concepts, theories and methodologies, this unit provides students with elementary problem solving experience in computerised information systems. Students will gain the ability to derive systems requirements from problem definitions and to produce system models using process, data, object and network modelling. Design and implementation issues include, (but may not be limited to), elementary database design, input, output and user interface design and prototyping. Students are also introduced to roles and responsibilities in information systems development, selection of packaged solutions and the principles of software quality.

Statistical Decision Making

Statistical Decision Making introduces students to various statistical techniques supporting the study of computing and science. Presentation of the content will emphasize the correct principles and procedures for collecting and analysing scientific data, using information and communication technologies. Topics include describing different sets of data, probability distributions, statistical inference, and simple linear regression and correlation.

And one elective
Spring session 3

Web Systems Development

In this unit students will learn how to build a Web based information systems using programming, database, networking and web technologies that they have learned in other units. Students will learn about various web system architectures and development methodologies that can be used when developing web based information systems. Students will also learn about how to model, design and implement different aspects of Web based information systems.

Discrete Structures and Complexity

The fact that computers work at all in the way they do is due to the formal mathematical structure that is used in their design. The same holds for establishing important matters such as the reliability of our computer networks. This unit presents, in their computing context, a range of mathematical concepts that are essential for understanding a number of topics concerning computers: the ways they work, they ways they interact, and the ways we interact with them.

And two electives
Autumn session 4

Human-Computer Interaction

A key component to the discipline of Information Systems is the understanding and the advocacy of the user in the development of IT applications and systems. IT graduates must develop a mind-set that recognizes the importance of users and organizational contexts. They must employ user-centered methodologies in the development, evaluation, and deployment of IT applications and systems. This unit examines human-computer interaction in order to develop and evaluate software, websites and information systems that not only look professional but are usable, functional and accessible.

Programming Techniques

This unit builds on the programming foundation laid in the unit Programming Fundamentals. Utilising an object-oriented language it continues the development of programming skills and methodologies required for professional programming and for further study in later computing units. Topics covered include object-oriented programming techniques of encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism, programming concepts including pointers, references, multi-dimensional arrays, strings, file I/O, and abstract data types.

Principles of Professional Communication 1

This unit provide students with an introductory understanding of a range of communication theories and practices necessary for academic work and professional success.

Computer Networks and Internets

This unit provides students with an in-depth understanding of the applications of computer networks and the concept of internetworking through the TCP/IP suite of protocols. Some of the network security threats along with their appropriate counter measures are also discussed. The main focus of the unit is on communication and network devices.
Spring session 5

Professional Experience

This unit acts as a single capstone unit and through the medium of a specific project, provides opportunities for students to experience the range of issues in requirements definition, analysis, design and implementation, relating to the development of a software product.

Three electives
Autumn session 6

Professional Development

This is a final year unit that builds on foundation and intermediate computing units to prepare students for professional experience. The unit covers the content in three modules as 1) Ethics and Professional Code of Conduct, 2) Project Management, and 3) Legal, Social, Environmental issues, Quality Assurance and IT Compliance. The content covered in these three modules are carefully designed to fill in the gaps in knowledge that is not so far covered previous units in preparing students for the challenging projects units and professional working life ahead. This unit is a pre-requisite to the capstone project, covered in Professional Experience Project unit.

Operating Systems Programming

This unit provides the knowledge of the internal structure and functionality of Operating Systems. An operating system defines an abstraction of hardware behaviour and provides a range of services more suitable for ICT application development than what raw hardware could deliver, in terms of convenience, efficiency and security. It is important that ICT Professionals have some understanding of how these services are realized. For ICT Professionals whose role includes supporting the operating system this unit provides the introduction to the relevant theory and practice.

And two electives
Majors

The following major is available only to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology

Networking

The following majors are available to only those students enrolled in the Bachelor of Computing and Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology courses

Advanced Programming

Computer Systems

The following major is available to all students except those enrolled in the Networks or Information Systems key programs within the Bachelor of Computing course, and the Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology course

Information Technology

The following major is available to all students except those enrolled in the Health Informatics key program within the Bachelor of Computing course

Health Informatics

The following major is available to all students except those enrolled in the Bachelor of Computing or the Bachelor of Computer Science or the Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology courses

Web Systems Development

The following majors are available to all students

Computational Decision Making

Entertainment Computing

Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining

Mathematics

Statistics
Sub-majors

The following sub-major is available only to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology

IT Support

The following sub-majors are available to only those students enrolled in the Bachelor of Computing or Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology courses

Applied Mathematics

Computer Systems

Formal Systems

Systems Administration

Systems Programming

Systems Security

Two sub-majors in Web Development are available, one for computing students, the other for non-computing students.

Computing students only (that is, students enrolled in the Bachelor of Computing or Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology courses):

Web Application Development (for Computing Students)

Non-computing students only:

Web Application Development (for Non-Computing Students)

The following sub-major is available to all students except those enrolled in the Bachelor of Computing (Networks)

Networking

The following sub-majors are available to all students except those enrolled in the Health Informatics key program within the Bachelor of Computing course

Health Information Applications

Health Information Management

The following sub-majors are available to all students

Computational Decision Making

Entertainment Computing

Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining

Mathematics

Statistics
Major and Sub-major elective spaces

Elective units may be used toward obtaining an additional approved major (80 credit points) or sub-major (40 credit points). UWS offers sub-majors in a range of areas including Sustainability and Indigenous Studies. Refer to the Unit Set Index.

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632.8nm - Red He-Ne laser ~1mW
593.5nm - Regal 5
542.8nm - Green He-Ne laser ~2.5mW
532nm - 620mW+ lasersman Firedragon III* - 100mW PGL-III-M from JETLASERS* - 70mW Rayfoss Host*
~~~ - 175mW Rayfoss Host - <5mW WL Core - 55mW DinoDirect review laser*

488nm - On the hoist
473nm - 2x CNI lab lasers ~40mW
445nm - 3W Big Boyz Laser - >1.1W Cree C6 Host - 650mW WL Arctic
405nm - 65mW GLP-405 Aquarius host - 160mW 6x Blu-ray MXDL Host
Total: 71,868.5 mW

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