Syllabus_001 - CS348 Information Systems Home | Syllabus | Schedule | Homework Projects Handouts | Announcements Course Policy For this course we

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CS348: Information Systems Home | Syllabus | Schedule | Homework, Projects, | Announcements Course Policy For this course, we will be following Eugene Spafford's comprehensive course policy . Please be sure to read it over. Academic Dishonesty In case you didn't actually click & read the link above, academic dishonesty is covered in the section . In the worst case, you can be expelled from the university. Don't do it! Course Overview This course covers fundamental concepts of database and information systems. These concepts include database modeling and design, relational databases, querying and SQL, object-based databases, XML and web databases, data storage, transactions, database system architectures, data mining and warehousing techniques, client/server paradigm, middleware, ODBC, JDBC, CORBA, privacy, integrity, and security. More specifically, the course covers the following topics: Data modeling: physical, logical and conceptual data models, the
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2012 for the course CS 348 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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