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Master in Computer Science

Major in Intelligent Information Systems

The large amounts of structured, unstructured, or multimedia data produced in various domains, especially the World Wide Web, require intelligent strategies for analysis, semantic modeling, processing, retrieval, extraction, and integration of information. Intelligent information systems require engineering approaches, concepts, methods, and tools for information and services pro-vided in a machine-interpretable way. This includes areas like relational databases, web infor-mation systems, non-standard storage, (Web) search strategies, data and web mining, so-cial/semantic web intelligence, pattern recognition, artificial intelligence, recommendation sys-tems, personalized and context-aware systems, and cooperative situation awareness. Additional-ly, eAccessibility and assistive technologies have become key aspects of intelligent information systems. Comprehensive competences in these fields enable graduates to work in both research and development, in industry as well as in high-profile research facilities around the world.

Mandatory Courses

Course hours/week semester
Knowledge Based Systems
Information Retrieval and Extraction
Basic Methods of Data Analysis
Multimedia Search and Retrieval
Integrated Information Systems
Learning from User-generated Data
Web Information Systems
Accessible Software and Web Design
Project in Intelligent Information Systems
Seminar in Intelligent Information Systems: ...
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2SE
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