CS 165/CSCI E268: Information Management

Tuesday/Thursday 1:00-2:30

Maxwell Dworkin G125


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ProfessorTeaching FellowTeaching Fellow
Margo SeltzerPeter MackoRyan Wisnesky
Maxwell Dworkin 241Maxwell Dworkin 238Maxwell Dworkin 309
margo@eecs.harvard.edupmacko@eecs.harvard.eduryan@eecs.harvard.edu
http://www.eecs.harvard.edu/~margohttp://www.eecs.harvard.edu/~pmackohttp://www.eecs.harvard.edu/~ryan
617-496-5663617-496-4510N/A
Office hours: Monday 3:15-5:00Wednesday 2:45-4:00, 5:45-6:30Monday 12:00-2:00, Wednesday 12:30-2:30


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Prerequisites

Computer Science 51, CSCI E-215, or equivalent.

Learning Objectives

This course is an introduction to the fundamental concepts of database and information management systems. After completing this course, you should be able to: We will accomplish these learning objectives by studying various topics including: data models, such as relational and object-oriented; implementation techniques of database management systems, such as indexing structures, concurrency control, recovery, and query processing; management of unstructured data; terabyte-scale databases.

Course Requirements

CS165CSCI E-268
10% Class Participation20% Midterm
15% Midterm30% Final Project
25% Final Project50% Homework Assignments
50% Homework Assigments

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