Spring 1998

George Mason University

School of Information Technology and Engineering

INFT 867: Intelligent Databases

Prof. Ami Motro

Study of models and techniques that empower database systems with intelligent and cooperative behavior, with emphasis on five areas of high current interest:

  1. Knowledge-rich databases
  2. Cooperative databases
  3. Management of uncertain information
  4. Quality of information
  5. Intelligent integration of information

This course will discuss research opportunities in these areas. Students may become involved in on-going research projects (for example, Multiplex).

A basic course in database management (for example, INFS-614: Database Management), good knowledge of discrete mathematics (for example, INFS-501: Discrete and Logical Structures for Information Systems).

Project or term paper, active participation in discussions.