Workshop in Computer Science
Ornstein 102, Wednesday 4-6
Teaching Assistant: Eran Segal (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Introductory class: Wednesday, April 14.
Relevant application domains include data mining, data warehousing,
information retrieval, decision support systems, medical image
databases, query processing, and effective Web utilization.
Algorithms for massive data sets.
Image & video databases
The projects involve variety of issues:
Individuals can select projects and emphasis aspects of projects
suitable to their skills and interests (pending approval).
All topics are of practical interest and involve state-of-the-art
techniques and tools.
Efficient algorithm implementation
Data management, with or without interaction with a commercial
Graphical User Interfaces
Web User Interfaces
Research in data mining.
Suggested projects are available online.
The various projects will be done in groups of up to three students.
The projects are aimed for an integrated working system, but are
designed to be done independently.
If you are interested in taking the course or would like to further
discuss the suggested topics, send e-mail to the address below.
Last updated April 14, 1999