INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM AND REMOTE SENSING (ITec4081)

CourseBy the end of this course, students will be able to:  To Understand GIS and its application.  To describe geographic information, spatial data types  To explain the steps of spatial data handling  To Learn DBMS and spatial referencing  To understand about data quality and measures of location errors on maps  To learn about satellite-based positioning, spatial data input, data preparation and management  To understand analytical GIS capabilities, retrieval and classification  To understand the fundamentals of Remote Sensing  To learn about various types of sensors, platforms and RS data acquisition systems  To Understand radiometric and geometric aspCP of remote sensing data.  To Understand Image enhancement, visualization, Image interpretation, classification  To Learn Microwave thermal remote sensing, Radar & Laser altimetry  To Learn Remote sensing applications in GIS objectives

Advanced Database Management(ITec3071)

At the end of this course the students will be able to: ➢ Understand the database query processing and optimization ➢ Know the basics of transaction management ➢ Understand database security ➢ Use different recovery methods when there is a database failure ➢ Design a distributed database system in homogenous and heterogeneous environments

Network Design(ITec-M4111)

At the end of this course, students will be able to: ➢ Understanding how networks are integrated into business practices; ➢ Design computer networks for enterprises ➢ Deploy a small to medium sized networks ➢ Understanding network simulation principles and methods; ➢ Mastering the systems approach in network design; ➢ Developing practical skills for network design in a heterogeneous environment.

 

This course covers file organizations, storage management, query optimization, transaction management, recovery, and concurrency control, database authorization and security. Additional topics include distributed databases, mobile databases, and integration may also be covered. A major component of the course is a database implementation project using current database languages and systems

 

This course covers file organizations, storage management, query optimization, transaction management, recovery, and concurrency control, database authorization and security. Additional topics include distributed databases, mobile databases, and integration may also be covered. A major component of the course is a database implementation project using current database languages and systems