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Study of database support for scientific data management. Covers requirements
and properties of scientific databases, data models for statistical and
scientific databases, semantic and object-oriented modeling of application
domains, statistical database query languages and query optimization,
advanced logic query languages, and case studies such as
the human genome project and Earth-orbiting satellites.
For non-COS students only :
INFS 614 (Database Management), or equivalent, or permission of instructor.
to analyze database
and data management concepts and technologies that benefit scientific research;
to become familiar with a variety of large scientific database projects
goals & implementation;
to become capable in using
database and data management techniques to solve scientific problems; and
to acquire knowledge in database and data management
techniques that will enable the student to progress to more advanced courses,
research projects, and employment opportunities that require database skills
and science data management capability.