We live in a world where we create and interact with data every day. We use our phones and computers to transmit data via messages, emails, and files, from one person to the next. The world is also a noisy place and errors can occur whenever data is transmitted from one device to another. We generally do not notice errors because most times they are fixed before we even see that an error has occurred.
Join Computer Scientist Dr. Bonita Sharif from the UNL Computer Science and Engineering Department and her graduate students Cole Peterson and Niloofar Mansoor in this game-driven activity where you will learn about how data is transmitted and checked for errors.