R. Matthew Kretchmar
Associate Professor of Computer Science
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
|Office: || 207 Olin Hall|
|Phone: || (740) 587-6721|
kretchmar at denison dot edu||
||A first year writing workshop with the topic: Extreme Sports and Adventure Literature. |
| || We concentrate on growing our writing abilities in the context of studying extreme sports and adventure literature.
||Computer Systems. |
| || This course introduces students to systems programming, including the X86 assembly language. We examine questions such
as what happens when I compile a c program, how does the hardware execute my programs, and how is modern processor hardware optimized
||I've taught three different topics: Mathematical Fairness, Game Theory, and Technology and Community
||A multimedia-based introduction to computing.
||Introduction to programming with applications in the natural sciences.
||Introduction to programming with applications in the social sciences.
||An intermediate programming course focussing on object oriented design.
||A discrete math course for CS majors.
||Theory of Computation.
||Artificial Intelligence with an emphasis on maching learning and pattern recognition.
||(RETIRED) An introductory course in programming and computing; replaced with cs110/cs111.
||(RETIRED) A second course in algorithms and data structures; replaced with cs371.
||(RETIRED) An introductory course in computing.
Artificial intelligence, machine learning, reinforcement learning, evolutionary computation, games and game theory, combinatorics.
My current cv.
I enjoy spending time with my daughter Dylan and my son Eli. I also enjoy competitive distance running, cycling (especially mountain biking), and games.