George Mason University
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AIT 582: Applications of Metadata in Complex Big Data Problems

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Course explores technical and analytical issues, solutions and gaps in processing large volumes of data by leveraging metadata. The goal is to find "facts of interest" (Intelligence) that represent threats to, or even opportunities for, a given industry or domain (e.g., healthcare, finance or national intelligence/national defense) where there is limited time. Notes: Course may be used in other Certificate or Degree programs.

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Course explores technical and analytical issues, solutions and gaps in processing large volumes of data by leveraging metadata. The goal is to find "facts of interest" (Intelligence) that represent threats to, or even opportunities for, a given industry or domain (e.g., healthcare, finance or national intelligence/national defense) where there is limited time.

When Offered: Fall, Spring

Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3

Course may be used in other Certificate or Degree programs.

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

Graduate standing.

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