Syllabus: MSCS 6380 - Advanced Database Systems (Spring 2013)

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Syllabus:
MSCS
6380

-

Advance
d

Database Systems

(
Spring
201
3
)

Course
Instructor

Dr.
Praveen Madiraju

Office

377 Cudahy
(CU)

Hall, 1313 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee WI 53233

Contact
Information

praveen.madiraju@marquette.edu; 414
-
288
-
6340

http://www.mscs.mu.edu/~praveen/

Office Hours

Tu 1:00
-
2:00 PM; Th 4:00
-
6:00 PM and by appointment through e
-
mail



Course Details

Class meets Th 6:30 pm
-

9:10
P
M

in CU 412

Course Web Page

http://www.mscs.mu.edu/~praveen/Teaching/Sp13/AdvDb/AdvDb
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Sp13.html

Cour
se Text
book

Materials from reference books and internet, Papers from IEEE digital library
and ACM digital library will be used
.

Reference
Material

Oracle

10g

Programming: A Primer

(
ISBN
0
-
321
-
463048
).

R
aj

Sunderraman
.
(Reference Text Book)


XML in a Nutshell, Harold, Elliotte Rusty and W. Scott Means, O'Reilly &
Associates, 2004. ISBN: 0596007647.

Ebook available :

http://0
-
proquest.safaribooksonline.com.libus.csd.mu.edu/0596007647


Pre
requisites:

COSC 4800/ MSCS 5800


Principles of Database Systems

or equivalent
course

Topics

to be
covered:

XML,
XML Schemas
,
XQuery, XPath,
A
ccessing databases from Web
,
JavaScript
/JQuery
,
JDBC,
Java Servlets,
object relational framework tools


Learning Outcomes:
Upon completion of this course, the student will:

1.

Understand different techniques to accessing data
bases
from the Web and apply them

2.

Understand the details in applying database
technology to Web related areas

3.

Become familiar with the practical issues in XML database technologies such as :
XQuery, XPath, and XML Schemas

4.

Learn advanced database
tools

such

as:
object relational frameworks (
if time permits)


Grading
Basis:



Mid
-
term Exam: 15%;
Survey/Research Paper: 15%;
Programming/Written Assignments:
4
5
%;

and Final Exam:
25
%;


The final grades will be based
on:

A: 9
3



100; AB: 8
5

-

92
; B: 7
7



84
; BC:
6
9



76
; C:
61



68
; CD:
53



60
; D:
45



52
;

F: 0
-

44



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of
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Course Policies

1.

Students are responsible for all material presented in lecture.

2.

Exams will cover all lecture material
.
Exam coverage and topics will be notified well
before the time of
the
exam. Ex
ams must be taken on the hour they are scheduled.
They will not be given early, and can be made up
only

if documented evidence of
medical emergency or death in the family is presented
before

the time of the exam.

3.

Late Assignments:

10% penalty for 1
-
2 days
late; 30% penalty for 3
-
5 days late; 5
0%
penalty for
6
-
7

days late.
Points will not be given to submissions late by more than 7
days.
Late assignments shall not be accepted once the solutions are discussed or posted
on course web page.

4.

There are no group a
ssignments in this course and the programs are expected to be
your own. All work submitted for grading must be the student's own work. Plagiarism
will result in a score of zero on the exam or assignment, and/or dismissal from the
course. You can review the

document on
a
cademic honesty policy

in the student hand
book, which is available from :
http://bulletin.marquette.edu/grad/

5.

Attendance is vital to success in this class.
Please refer to the policy on abs
ences in the
university bulletin.

6.

Any course related communication will be made to the student's official
Marquette
email
address. It is the responsibility of the student to check his/her email
s
.

7.

Final day to withdraw from the course with a W is Friday,
April 12, 201
3
. Final exam is
scheduled on
Thursday
, May
9
, 2013,
8
:00

PM



10
:00 PM.


NOTE:
This syllabus represents a general plan for the course and deviations from this plan
may be necessary during the duration of the course.



Page

URL:

http://www.mscs.mu.edu/~praveen/Teaching/Sp13/AdvDb/Syllabus
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AdvDb
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Sp13.html

Page Author: Praveen Madiraju