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Introduction: basic concepts of multimedia; Media types; Concepts and techniques; Multimedia information servers; Design support; Production and evaluation of multimedia information servers; Software and hardware requirements; Image compression; Image database: Feature-based retrieval, content-based retrieval; Audio signal processing; Speech analysis; Music analysis and synthesizing; Teleconferencing and video compression; Animation; Virtual reality; Web publishing; Multimedia Programming: Composition mechanisms, metaphors; Synchronization: aspects of synchronization, techniques; Interaction; Case study. Weekly practice in the lab.
Third Year
Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and information age; Geographic data in the computer; What does GIS do: Spatial data; Raster and Vector Data; Topology and spatial relationships; Data entry and data acquisition; Database and inventory operations; Basic analysis (overall map algebra); Advanced analysis (proximity and terrain analysis); Site suitability and models; Data issues and problems; GIS software systems; Applications. Weekly practice in the lab.
Fourth Year
Introduction to Visual Basic and Visual Studio environment: Controls, components, wizards; Language constructs and structures: Variables, assignment, arithmetic, selection, repetition, arrays, functions; Advanced controls: Frames, labels, Boxes and others; MDI models; Vbasic DB: Data Report, data designer, data form, data object, queries, intellilist; Classes; ActiveX: Encapsulation, relationships, interfaces, automation, tools; API Applications: windows API, keyboard, mouse, display; Applications. Weekly practice in the lab.
First Year
Introduces fundamental programming techniques using current Web development software. Students design procedures and write computer instructions to solve business problems, learn procedural programming, develop graphical user interfaces for the Web and work with events and objects
Third Year
This course presents the essential role of electronic publishing in the delivery of information to today’s society. You will have the opportunity to analyzing your favorite web sites as well as designing and implementing new web pages that will make people notice! The course covers materials regarding the design and application of hypertext markup language (HTML) and JavaScript, which is used to create and publish documents on the World Wide Web.
Solving Problems using the computer: Variables, Algorithms and its representation, Data: types and definitions. Advanced applications using software packages such as: MS Word: templates, comparing documents, master, Table of contents, Index, inserting, mailing merge, macros, MS Excel: Charts, Functions, sorting and filtering, Solver, Macros, MS Access: Tables, relations, forms, queries, reports, import and export files and data, macros; introduction to the Web applications. Small Projects and applications. Weekly practice in the lab.
First Year