Faculty of Information Technology, BUT

Course details

Selected Topics of Information Systems

VPD Acad. year 2017/2018 Summer semester

The technological parts of an information system, especially in the portal solution: server, client, data channel. Classification of information systems: OLTP and OLAP. Data, processes and their definition in the OLAP model, transactions and their model. Data and their definition in the OLAP model. The network environment for the information systems implementation, internet and its protocols, http. The document and its definition, SGML, XML. The server and its function v the information system, the communication between the server and the database. The server programming. The server part design, the conceptual schema. E-R diagram, the transformation of the conceptual schema into the production model. The object-oriented conceptual modelling. The client and its function. The client in the portal solution. The client programming. The visualization problems. The clent-server data transport , the data coding methods: XML, JSON.  

Guarantor

Language of instruction

Czech

Completion

Examination (written+oral)

Time span

39 hrs lectures

Assessment points

Department

Lecturer

Subject specific learning outcomes and competences

To obtain an overview of the modern information systems with th ability to present in their usage and the theoretical research.

Learning objectives

To obtain an overview in the advanced design and implementation of information systems.

Study literature

  • Catell, R.G.G.: The Object Database Standard: ODMG - 93, Release 1.1, Morgan Kaufmann Publishers 1994 , San Francisco, p. 176
  • Coad, P., Yourdon, E.: Object-Oriented Analysis, Yourdon Press, Engelwood Cliffs, New Jersey 1991.

Fundamental literature

  • Jacobson, I.: Object-Oriented Software Engineering - A Use case Driven Approach, Addison Wesley, ACM Press 1992, p.524
  • Ellis, M.,A., Stroustrup,B.: The Annotated C++ Reference Manual, Addison - Wesley Publishing Company 1992, p.453
  • Hudhes, J.,G.: Object-Oriented Databases, Prentice Hall 1991, p. 280
  • Gray, M.D.P., Kulkarni, K.G., Paton, N.W.: Object-Oriented Databases - A Semantic Data Model Approach, Prentice Hall 1992, p. 237

Syllabus of lectures

  • The technological parts of an information system, especially in the portal solution: server, client, data channel.
  • Classification of information systems: OLTP and OLAP.
  • Data, processes and their definition in the OLAP model, transactions and their model. 
  • Data and their definition in the OLAP model.
  • The network environment for the information systems implementation, internet and its protocols, http.
  • The document and its definition, SGML, XML.
  • The server and its function v the information system, the communication between the server and the database. The server programming.
  • The server part design, the conceptual schema. E-R diagram, the transformation of the conceptual schema into the production model.
  • The object-oriented conceptual modelling.
  • The client and its function. The client in the portal solution. The client programming.
  • The visualization problems.
  • The clent-server data transport , the data coding methods: XML, JSON.  

Progress assessment

discussion on the doctoral lectures, assembling of an essay of the given topic

Controlled instruction

lectures only

Course inclusion in study plans

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