CPSC-50100, DATA-51100, or prior programming experience

Expressing relationships among items in a way that enables automated, distributed analysis in an application-independent way; text mining to derive meaning from semantic networks; algorithms for processing semantic networks; developing a web of things.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Explain the nature and purpose of the semantic web and identify applications that can benefit.
  2. Construct a semantic web that meets the needs of a particular discipline or problem.
  3. Write software that processes a semantic web’s information to solve problems more efficiently.
  4. Write software that mind textual data for patterns using the services of a semantic web.
  5. Design an implementation for the “web of things” that can automatically perform specific tasks.

YOUR OPPORTUNITY: You will learn how to integrate data from sensor networks and other non-traditional systems to create pervasive data science solutions.

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