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Module 553150: XML (WS 2018/2019)

Module 553150
XML (WS 2018/2019)

Lecturer

gaedke


Tutors

andrelanger


Contact

If you have any questions concerning this course or the exam as a participant, please contact us via OPAL.

Announcements

The first lecture will be on Tuesday October 8th 2018.

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The tutorials will start on Thursday November 1st and Friday November 2nd.

Conduct

The XML Tools lecture is typically offered in the winter semester.
SWS (V/Ü/S/P):2/2/0/0

Contents

eXtensible Markup Language (XML) is the basis of a number of developments in the World Wide Web. XML plays a central role in data transport and integration as well as in many modern software applications. The course offers a basic introduction into XML and its applications in different contexts of distributed systems, distributed software and Web. Various state-of-the-art application scenarios and pragmatic tools are presented. The topics covered:

  • Introduction to Markup languages and XML
  • Basic approaches, such as DTD, XML schemas, XML editors, XML applications, linking, XPath, XSL/XSLT
  • Data formats and tools, i.e. SVG, RSS
  • Semantics Formats and tools, i.e. RDF, OWL, digital rights with Creative Commons
  • User interface Formats and tools, i.e. XHTML, XForms, MicroFormats
  • Application logic Formats and tools, i.e. existing XML Web Services for advertising, blogs, collaboration, content analysis, E-commerce, maps, social bookmarking, search, sight/sound/motion, storage, tagging

Qualification Objectives

  • Basic understanding of Markup languages
  • Familiarity with XML applications and tools
  • Ability to make use of XML applications and XML Web services in the creation of sophisticated distributed applications
  • Basic Semantic Web knowledge
  • Ability to use metadata technologies, in particular for realizing Semantic Web resources.

Prerequisites (Recommended)

Computer Networks (Rechnernetze)

Semester Recommendation

3.
Bachelor Informatik
3.
Bachelor Angewandte Informatik
1.
Master Informatik
(unless already taken in Bachelor)
1.
Master Angewandte Informatik
(unless already taken in Bachelor)
1./3.
Master Web Engineering
(unless already taken in Bachelor)
5.
Master Informatik für Geistes und Sozialwissenschaftler
(unless already taken in Bachelor)

Schedule

Lecture:

Tuesday, 15:30 - 17:00, 1/219

Tutorial:

Thursday, 17:15 - 18:45, 1/208A,
Friday, 13:45 - 15:15, 1/309


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Material

Lecture Slides

    Press Articles