Faculty of Computer Science

Bialystok University od Technology


Groupware Systems Workgroup Computing, Components of Groupware Systems, Workflow Management Systems, Document Management Systems, Document Life Cycle, IBM Domino Designer, IBM Domino Administrator, IBM Domino Server, IBM Notes, Formula Language, Lotus Script.
Intelligent Internet Applications Using the WEKA–Explorer package. The use WEKA classes in a web application from Java. WEKA package data formats and operations on them in Java. Building of classifier and evaluation from the application level. Classifying of new instances. Creating the model and its subsequent use. The use of clustering algorithms. Selecting attributes. Use of filters for initial data processing. Text mining. WEKA-Experimenter. WEKA-KnowledgeFlow.
Web Applications Development PHP, AJAX technology (Asynchronous Javascript And XML). Web Applications in Java - Servlets. XML (eXtended Markup Language). CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). Processing of dynamic documents on the server side - Java Server Pages technology. JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL). JSTL. XHTML syntax. JSF - Java Server Faces.
Distributed Internet Systems JAVA Remote Method Invocation. SOAP Web Services. Java API for XML Web Services (JAX-WS). Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP). Web Services Description Language (WSDL). WS-Security. WS-Policy. RESTful Web Services. Java API for RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS). Java Platform Enterprise Edition (Java EE).
Introduction to classical music (Humanity course) Course content: - Musical instruments (wind, stringed and percussion instruments); - Baroque period (A.Vivaldi, G.F.Heandel, T.G.Albinoni); - Baroque period (J.S.Bach); - Classical period (J.Haydn, W.A.Mozart, L.Beethoven); - Romantic period (F.Chopin, F.Liszt); - Romantic period (A.Dworzak, F.Schubert); - Romantic period (H.Berlioz, R.Wagner, P.Czajkowski, M.Musorgski); - Impressionist music (E.Satie, C.Debussy, M.Ravel); - Blues and jazz; - Folk, world and ethnic music; Learning outcomes: - Knowledge of the greatest composers of classical music; - Ability to identify selected musical literature; - Ability to recognize musical instruments; - Ability to analyze musical forms;
Introduction to modern music (Humanity course) Course content: Impressionist music (C. Debussy, M. Ravel). Expressionist music (A.N. Skriabin). Polish contemporary music (K. Penderecki, H.M. Górecki, W. Kilar, W. Lutos³awski). Jazz (S. Joplin, L. Armstrong, D. Ellington, J. Coltrane, M. Davis). Electronic music. Film score (E. Morricone, H. Zimmer, J. Williams, J. Barry). Polish film score (J. Kaczmarek, W. Kilar, M. Lorenc).
Methods of Modelling and Simulation Introduction, variables, specialized computation statements, logical expressions, control phrases, loops, routine definition, library functions, input/output concepts, search capability, modelling concepts, entities and attributes, sets, discrete simulation concepts, events, processes, time simulation mechanism, simulation clock, process interaction, interruption and resuming process, processes and resources, requesting and relinquishing resources, modelling statistical phenomena, simulation analysis, model verification and debugging, synchronous variables, simulation example.
Programming in Computer Networks Introduction - application protocol design. Using transport layer services - sockets API. Network and data link layer sockets. HTTP protocol. Server-side data processing. Server-side scripting - PHP, Java Server Pages. Java Servlets. Java Remote Method Invocation. Basics of XML, DTD and XML Schema. SOAP protocol. Information about network services - RDF, UDDI and WSDL. Java Web Services. JXTA architecture.
Multimedia techniques Introduction, preparing home-page with HTML: basic material and advanced topics (frames, forms, tables and graphical maps). Cascaded style sheets, CSS. Graphics (using graphics, basic graphical formats, making own graphics). Sounds and animation - main problems. Java Script language. Short information on CGI and XML. Current methods of information retrieval (overview).
Computer Graphics OpenGL

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