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Global Information Systems

CSCI 4350/6350 for Spring 2005.

Overview

This course deals with architecture, infrastructure, enabling technologies and applications of Web-based Information Systems.  We are particularly interested in information systems and e-services that support large enterprises (e.g., Enterprise Content Management), that span multiple enterprises (e.g., CRM), and are pan-Web (e.g., Internet Search Engines).

This is an advanced course involving topics in Internet/WWW, Database Management, Information Systems, Information Retrieval and and other related fields.

Prerequisite for this course is practical skills in database management, good programming skills, and exposure to basic Internet technologies (html, http, scripting, Web servers, etc.).  Follow-on courses to this course (that can prepare a student for research in the LSDIS lab) include Advance Databases, Networked Information Systems, Semantic Web and Semantic Enterprises

Follow the links on left marked Description and Reading for more information about this course. Course Material and Students' Course pages will continue to be updated throughout the semester.

Previous (Spring 2003) version of this course is here.

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