School of Informatics | Information Representation
I308 | 6946 | C. Wyss

P: Knowledge of a programming language as can be obtained from
INFO I110, INFO I210, or similar courses. Recommended prerequisite
or concurrent: INFO I201.

The basic structure of information
representation in social and scientific applications.
Representational structures and approaches from many disciplines
are introduced: philosophical theories of classification and
categorization; information access and representation on the
World Wide Web; object-oriented design and relational databases;
AI knowledge representation and discovery.  Cross listed with
COGS Q200.  Credit given for either INFO I200 or COGS Q200.

Must also take one of the following co-requisite lab sections:
6947 or 6948