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Web Technologies (WT 2014/2015)

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Repeat exam date: March 27th 10.00 am (exactly)

Repeat exam location: BH-N 243

Please be in the room at 9.45am so we can start without any delay.

 

Exam date: February 16th 10.00 am (exactly)

Exam location: EB 301 

Please be in the room at 9.45am so we can start without any delay.

 

WebTech @ ISIS is online !

Link: https://www.isis.tu-berlin.de/2.0/course/view.php?id=3059

 

Some notes:

  • The lecture starts on Tuesday, 14th October 2014 at 10:15 o'clock in room BH-N 334.
  • It is not required to enroll for this course beforehand.
  • An oral exam will be offered during the week of February 16th - 20th, 2015. The registration for the oral exam will be open from January 2015.

Overview

Students who have successfully finished this module have an overview of current and future concepts for the World Wide Web. They have developed an understanding of protocols, languages and technologies for the Web environment ranging from HTTP and HTML to RDF and OWL. Additionally, they are aware of the principles of designing protocols and languages for the Web and how the overall trend for the future Web looks like (Semantic Web). In addition to the technological evolution of the Web, the students will also gain insights into its effects in personal lives, business environments, as well as human societies in general (Web Science).

The course is principally designed to impart:

  • technical skills: 40%
  • method skills: 30%
  • system skills: 20%
  • social skills: 10%

The module starts with an introduction to the classical technologies of the World Wide Web and its evolution during the last decades. In practical exercises, the students will learn the development with web technologies and will understand the power as well as the shortcomings of each technology. In the first half of this module, they will work with classical technologies such as HTTP, HTML, DNS, JavaScript, CSS, Web Services and will understand their interdependencies. In the second part, more recent and novel technologies and concepts will be introduced like RESTful API, HTML 5, RDF, Linked Data, OWL, modern Content Management Systems, OAuth, WebID, WebOS, Firefox OS. The module will conclude with looking at the effects of the Web on personal, business, and societal life focusing on social networks like Facebook and Twitter.

The topics of this module are taught in a classical lecture, which also envisages a related discussion between students and lecturer. Selected topics are further covered in an exercise course with frequent assignments. Each assignment contains several problems, which are to be solved by the students. During practical lessons, the solutions are then presented and discussed.

Target Group

Master students of

  • Computer Science (Informatik) / Kommunikationsbasierte Systeme)
  • Computer Engineering (Technische Informatik) / Katalog 1: Technische Anwendung)
  • Computer Engineering (StO/PO 2012):

    • Studienschwerpunkt Netze (Networks; Elektrotechnik, Technische Informatik oder Informatik)
    • Studienschwerpunkt Verteilte Systeme (Distributed Systems; Technische Informatik oder Informatik)
    • Studienschwerpunkt Informationssysteme (Information Systems; Informatik)

  • Innovation in Information and Communication Technology:

    • Studienschwerpunkt Distributed Systems & Services

Schedule

Schedule and Location
Type
Day of week
Time
Start/End date
Location
Lecture
Tuesday
10:15 - 11:45 am
October 14, 2014 - February 10, 2015
BH-N 243
Lecture / Tutorial
Friday
10:15 - 11:45 am
October 17, 2014 - February 13, 2015
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Examination

During the week of February 16th - 20th, 2015, an oral examination is offered, which lasts between 20 and 30 minutes. The examination is graded according to the rules of the respective examination regulations.

It is required to register for the oral examination via the QISPOS system. The registration is scheduled to open on January 7th, 2015. The examination is rated as failed in cases of absence without valid excuse. This does not have an impact on possibly contradicting rules of the respective examination regulation.

Contact Person

Literature

  • Jeffrey C. Jackson: Web Technologies: A Computer Science Perspective, Pearson Prentice Hall 2007
  • Dean Allemang, Jim Hendler: Semantic Web for the Working Ontologist, Morgan Kaufman 2011
  • Toby Segaran, Colin Evans, Jamie Taylor: Programming the Semantic Web, O’Reilly 2009

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