|CSCI 7000-004||Fall 2009|
|Systems and Algorithms for Massive Data Applications|
|Meeting time||Tu Th 09:30am -- 10:45am|
|Location||ECCS 1B14 map|
|Instructor||Qin (Christine) Lv|
|Phone||(303) 492 - 8821|
|Fax||(303) 492 - 2844|
This course presents a survey of recent research on efficient system and algorithm design for managing and exploring massive amounts of digital data. This course focuses on systems issues such as search systems, storage systems, peer-to-peer systems, mobile and sensor networks, as well as practical use of sketching, indexing, and data mining techniques. Domain-specific data management and analysis, such as those in multimedia retrieval, online social networks, bioinformatics, and scientific computing, are also covered.
This course is open to both PhD students and MS/ME students. Students are expected to read research papers, write paper reviews, participate in discussions, present papers, and finish a course project.
No textbook is required. A list of research papers and other reading materials will be provided.