Web Data Management Course


                                                            Web Data Management Course

Course Outline
This course aims to enrich students with methodologies and techniques needed for gathering, storing, mining, analyzing, and providing access to data; to help them develop modern search engines, no-SQL databases, web information systems, and integrated services. The main topics that will be addressed in this course includes: (i) Tree data models: XML, XML Scheme and DTD, XML parsing, style sheets, XPath and XQuery; (ii) Graph data models and semantics: RDF, RDFS, OWL, SPARQL, graph databases and RDF stores; (iii) Data integration and retrieval scenarios: architectural solutions for the integration issues, schema-based integration, GAV and LAV integration, data fusion, web data mashups applications, data identity management, Data Web, Linked Data, RDFa, and social open-graphs, modern search engines, and indexing huge datasets.

     Part I : Tree Data Models:
Introduction and XML Basics

By: Hanna Bullata

DTD and Namespace

By: Hanna Bullata

XML Schema and XML Standards
By: Hanna Bullata
Perl, SAX and DOM

By: Hanna Bullata

XPath and XQuery

By: Hanna Bullata


     Part II : Graph data models and Semantics
Introduction to RDF

By: Mustafa Jarrar

RDFs(RDF Schema)

By: Mustafa Jarrar

OWL(Ontology Web Language)

By: Mustafa Jarrar

SPARQL (RDF Query languages)

By: Mustafa Jarrar

RDF Stores: Challenges and Solutions

By: Mustafa Jarrar

RDFs Practical Session

By: Mustafa Jarrar

SPARQL Project

By: Mustafa Jarrar

OWL Use Case Project

By: Mustafa Jarrar


     Part III : Data Integration & Retrieval
Introduction to Data Integration

By: Mustafa Jarrar

Architectural solutions in Data Integration

By: Mustafa Jarrar

Data Schema Integration

By: Mustafa Jarrar

Data Fusion using RDF

By: Mustafa Jarrar

Zinnar: The Palestinian eGoverment Ineroperability Framework

By: Mustafa Jarrar

Web 2.0 Data Mashups

By: Mustafa Jarrar

The Next Generation of the Web 3.0

By: Mustafa Jarrar

Introduction to Linked Data

By: Mustafa Jarrar

RDFa

By: Mustafa Jarrar


     Part IV : Research Papers

Each group of students should write a synthesis paper about one of the following topics. Each is expected to present the state of art in a certain topic, and to compare and link different approaches and technologies in that topic. Students' opinions are very important to be presented as well.
Each paper should must be between 5 and 10 pages. The surveyed literature must consider five articles published at these conferences (VLDB, ICDE, SIGMOD, WWW) and in the recent three years. 
Citing websites and Wikis is allowed but should be limited; Again, the paper should NOT be a summary of others’ papers, but rather, it should represent your (own) opinion -and your opinion should reflect the state-of-art in research and possible applications related to the selected topic. The highest mark will be given to students who (i) cite the most important research and applications related to the topic, (ii) give better criticism and comparison on these paper, and present innovative ideas and solutions, and (iii) his/her English and writing style is perfect. 
The paper should be written in this template: 
https://dl.dropbox.com/u/7531499/KnowEng12.SynthesisPaper.YourName.v1.doc

Topics:
1- Big Data - Challenges and New Trends.  by Eman Karajah, Luay Nassourah, and Mahdi Hamdan                Download (Paper, Presentation)
2- NoSQL Databases -Challenges and New Trends. by Dima Taji, Fayez Shayeb, Nagham Ghanim Hamad, and Hamza Z. Obaydallah         Download (PaperPresentation)
3- Querying Graph Databases -Challenges and New Trends. by Mohammad Zainelden, Ahmad Zaidan,  and Ahmad Alia         Download (PaperPresentation)
4- Parallel and Distributed Processing of Big Data -Challenges and New Trendsby Diyam Fuad and Abed Tahseen Othman         Download (PaperPresentation)
5- Social-networks Data Analysis -Challenges and New Trends. by Haneen Droubi, Abdulfattah Safa, and Sharehan Bassam.          Download (PaperPresentation)
6- Structured Data in Search Engines -Challenges and New Trends. by Asma Al-Bargouthi and Nader Abulhalaweh         Download (PaperPresentation)
7- Spatial and GIS Data Management  -Challenges and New Trends. by Jamal Jalal Qazzouh and  Abdeljawwad Adel Daas         Download (PaperPresentation)

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