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INFO 590 Foundations of Data and Information 3.0 Credits

Introduces and explores principles, techniques, and theoretical contexts of data, information, and digital content across a range of settings. Addresses organizing practices and knowledge, and implications for back-end system functionality, and front-end user access. Addresses existing and emerging data standards and tools applicable to data and information, as well as social and economic aspects, services, and future boundaries and contexts for data and information. Specific topics include information structures and standards, representation, metadata, knowledge organization, classification, linked data, network analysis, interface design, and AI implications.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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