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Geodatabases and Infrastructures

Students understand advanced theoretic concepts of object-relational databases, abstract data types, and spatial and temporal database extensions. They are familiar with object-oriented spatial data modeling in the field of geographical information sciences, know how to map these models to relational database schemas, and can use spatial database querying languages. They understand the concept of service oriented architecture, interoperability in heterogeneous and distributed spatial data infrastructures, and know international standards for geographical information and how to apply them.

Geodatabases and Infrastructures (6 CP)
Lectures
Geodatabases and Infrastructures  VL 3633 L 9072 UE 3633 L 9073
Module type
Compulsory elective
Person
in charge
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Kada
Entry
requirements
Computer literacy
Duration
1 semester
Examination
Written examination
Workload
Overall attendance: 15 x 4 h = 60 h
Preparation and post processing: 15 x 4 h = 60 h

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