Course details

Advanced Information Systems

PIS Acad. year 2020/2021 Summer semester 5 credits

Modeling of process in information systems. Web interfaces of information systems. Manager information systems a devices for knowledge data discovery. Transaction models. Decision support, data mining. Implementation aspects of information systems.

Guarantor

Deputy Guarantor

Burget Radek, Ing., Ph.D. (DIFS FIT BUT)

Language of instruction

Czech

Completion

Credit+Examination (written)

Time span

39 hrs lectures, 13 hrs projects

Assessment points

51 exam, 19 mid-term test, 30 projects

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Lecturer

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Subject specific learning outcomes and competences

An overview of wide spectrum of various information systems. Detailed knowledge of modern method for design and implementation of information systems oriented to economic and government applications. Methodology of design and implementation of information system.

Learning objectives

Based on the knowledge of information system on the bachelor level to expand this knowledge of information systems and technology of their development.

Why is the course taught

Efficient access to information is crucial not only in business management, but in virtually all areas of human activity. Information systems represents one of the oldest and the most used applications of information technology. Considering the volume and complexity of the related data and processes, the key aspect in the information system design and implementation is a well chosen data representation, analysis and representation of the related processes and the choice of the overall architecture and implementation technology. The course extends the general knowledge from the bachelor study by advanced data and process models and practical mastering of the modern server and client technology with focus on large-scale systems.

Prerequisites

Study literature

  • Bien, A. Real World Java EE Patterns-Rethinking Best Practices, 2012, ISBN 9781300149316
  • Flower, Susan J. Production-ready microservices: Building standardized systems across an engeneering organization. O'Reilly, 2016, ISBN 978-1-491-96597-9
  • McLeod, R.: Management Information Systems, Prentice Hall International London 1998, 655 p., ISBN 0-13-896101-8
  • Cichocki, A., Abdelsalam, H., Rusinkiewitz, M., Woelk, D.: Workflow and Process Automation - Concepts and Technology, Kluver Academic Publishers Dordrecht 1998, 114 p., ISBN 0-7923-8099-1
  • Fayyad, U.M. et al.: Advances in Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, AAAI Press Menlo Park 1996, 610 p., ISBN 9-780262-560979
  • Complete set of electronic supporting texts.

Fundamental literature

  • Wasson, C. S.: System Engineering Analysis, Design, and Development: Concepts, Principles, and Practices, 2nd Edition, Wiley 2015, ISBN 978-1-118-44226-5
  • Bien, A. Real World Java EE Patterns-Rethinking Best Practices, 2012, ISBN 9781300149316
  • Flower, Susan J. Production-ready microservices: Building standardized systems across an engeneering organization. O'Reilly, 2016, ISBN 978-1-491-96597-9
  • McLeod, R.: Management Information Systems, Prentice Hall International London 1998, 655 p., ISBN 0-13-896101-8
  • Cichocki, A., Abdelsalam, H., Rusinkiewitz, M., Woelk, D.: Workflow and Process Automation - Concepts and Technology, Kluver Academic Publishers Dordrecht 1998, 114 p., ISBN 0-7923-8099-1
  • Fayyad, U.M. et al.: Advances in Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, AAAI Press Menlo Park 1996, 610 p., ISBN 9-780262-560979

Syllabus of lectures

  1. OLTP and OLAP, data, metadata, structured data types
  2. Modern IS architectures, microservices, application intergaces
  3. Client technology
  4. Object-oriented data model, inheritence, relationships, roles, other OODB systems
  5. Java EE - ORM, application layer
  6. Java EE - JSF, APIs
  7. Servers application frameworks on different platforms
  8. Advanced transactional models, road to workflow
  9. Process models, workflow
  10. Advanced visualisation, dashboards, information handover techniques
  11. Big data processing.
  12. Ontologies and semantic web
  13. OLAP, multidimensional model, implementation, query languages, OLAP systems architecture

Syllabus - others, projects and individual work of students

  1. Design of an information system according to the specification
  2. Implementation of the designed system on a specified enterprise platform

Progress assessment

  • Midterm test - 19 points
  • Project - 30 points
  • Final written exam - 51 points, at least 20 points required
  • At least 25 points must be obtained during the semester

Controlled instruction

Midterm exam, realization of a project in due dates. In the case of a reported obstacles to submit the project, the student will be allowed to submit the project in an alternative date.

Exam prerequisites

At least 25 points obtainable during the semester.

Schedule

DayTypeWeeksRoomStartEndLect.grpGroupsInfo
Thulecturelectures D0206 14:0016:50 1MIT 2MIT NISD NSEC xx
Thulecture1., 2., 4., 5. of lectures D105v 14:0016:50YT, ZP

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