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|DS 4300 - Large-Scale Information Storage and Retrieval|
Introduces data and information storage approaches for structured and unstructured data. Covers how to build large-scale information storage structures using distributed storage facilities. Explores data quality assurance, storage reliability, and challenges of working with very large data volumes. Studies how to model multidimensional data. Implements distributed databases. Considers multitier storage design, storage area networks, and distributed data stores. Applies algorithms, including graph traversal, hashing, and sorting, to complex data storage systems. Considers complexity theory and hardness of large-scale data storage and retrieval. Requires use of nonrelational, document, key-column, key-value, and graph databases and programming in R, Python, and C++. Prereq. CS 3200 and DS 4100.
4.000 Credit hours
4.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
Data Science Department
NUpath Analyzing/Using Data, Computer&Info Sci