This post is to record the progress of learning Android Development Specialization offered by Coursera.
At the heart of data abstraction is encapsulation.
This project aims to build a smartphone app that can automatically detect deceptive text messages (such as “You have won a free flight to Dubai!! Claim it on etihad.com.xyz”) as well as raise the awareness of vulnerable customers who have increased the risk of falling into such traps. A flood of such messages may lead to a sudden burst of network traffic, which burdens the network infrastructure of the mobile operator, such as Ooredoo, our main industrial partner and co-funding provider. Further, vulnerable customers can become victims of such an attack, which often end up to be a fraud case.
Right after I made the decision to make a better living and apply for MS/PhD track outside China, I signed up for THE specialization on Coursera provided by UIUC. This is a 6-course specilization and it’s named Data Mining. First of the series is Data Visualization.
Will write the good bad and mediocore here as a personal (as well as public) diary of Changsha Medical University. Also as a suppliment to Chinese Glassdoor.
Here is a standard email reply from KAUST about what to do and some what-ifs regarding the VSRP.
I applied for the Visiting Student Research Program at KAUST and it is based on a funded project named “Redesigning Internet Protocols for Emerging Internet of Things Applications”. Hereby I present my preparation notes on the project as well as a possible upcoming interview with Dr. Basem.