SE735 - Data and Document Representation & Processing
Dr. Francis T. Marchese
Office: 163 William Street, 2nd Flr.
T: 3:00 -- 5:30 PM
Th: 3:00 -- 5:30 PM
Tel. 212 346 - 1803
This course introduces the discipline of Document Engineering: specification design, and deployment of electronic documents that enable document-centric applications. These applications include web services, information supply chains, single-source publishing, composite applications/virtual enterprises/portals, etc.
Course topics include:
· developing requirements
· analyzing existing documents and information sources
· conceptual modeling
· identifying reusable semantic components
· modeling business processes and user interactions
· applying patterns to make models more robust
· representing models using XML schemas
· using XML models to implement and drive applications.
Robert J. Glushko and Tim McGrath, Document Engineering: Analyzing and Designing Documents for Business Informatics and Web Services, MIT Press, 2005.
Suggested XML books for this course that will be used for XML lectures:
S. Holzner, Sams Teach yourself XML in 21 Days, 3rd edition, 2004.
C. Bates, XML in Theory and Practice, Wiley, 2003.
Student projects will focus on designing and building applications demonstrating course principles.
Exams and Final Grades:
will be based exams and software products produced and class presentations.