School of Informatics | Information Representation
I308 | 5315 | M. Hottell
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.
This course was previously INFO I200.
Must also take one of the following co-requisite lab sections: