CSE 544 Principles of Database Management Systems, Spring 2013
Instructor: Prof. Dan Suciu, Computer Science & Engineering, University of Washington
Computing is become data centered today. Databases have been at the heart of commercial applications for decades, but today both commercial and scientific organizations need to store and process huge volumes of data, and this requires and extension of data management techniques far beyond traditional database systems. Virtually every area of Computer Science today uses data management concepts. The purpose of this course is to discuss key concepts that underly both traditional databases and modern data management. This is a graduate class: we discuss all traditional topics and cover some of the in depth, and will also discuss some foundational material and some novel research topics.
CSE 544 Spring 2013