CLASSES ARE IN ENGLISH
The course objective is to give students basic concepts of theory of probability and of database management. At the end of the course, the student will be able to
- do basic statistical analysis on data,
- manage a database.
The course will comprise two distinct parts.
The first part will provide basic notions of probability and statistics:
- Introduction to probability: random variables, mean, variance, expectation, independence, conditionally independence
- Linear methods for regression
- Least Square methods
The second part will focus on fundamentals of database systems:
- Introduction to Database theory
- Entity-Relation paradigm
- Examples of Structured Query Language (SQL)
Laboratory activities using the Statistical Toolbox of Matlab
Laboratory activities on a database
TEACHIN AIDS: During the course lecture notes and slides will be provided.
Papoulis, A., & Pillai, U. (2001). Probability, random variables and stochastic processes. (4th ed.) New York: McGraw-Hill.
Elmasri, Ramez (2008). Fundamentals of database systems, Pearson Education.
The exam will consist of a project addressing some topics discussed during the course. To pass the exam, the student should:
- have understood the principles related to probability and statistics, and database management,
- be able to use the knowledge acquired during the course to solve the assigned project,
- be able to describe their work.