Teaching Peter Vojtáš  


     Please note, most of links below are not complete in order to protect the content. Using following URL you express your intent and agree to use found material solely for studying purposes: in links to lecture slides the folder (y5v) immediate descendant of “vyuka” folder is missing, you have to insert it manually in the URL window of your browser (explanation will be given to enrolled students and interested aliens upon request).
     General conditions for obtaining a respective course credit can be found on page with lecture slides. For each academic year - specific conditions for obtaining a respective course credit (timetable, specific tasks, Google Drive for deliverables, tests, deadlines, ... consistent with general terms) will be announced only to enrolled students (this is just to protect privacy of students). Apart from lectures and classes, private study is assumed.
Mastery of the course is confirmed by an exam. Exams are written with possible consecutive oral part (main dealing with discussion about written part)
     Office hours, consultation etc. can be arranged personally after lectures or by mail.
     For further questions concerning your study, please consult Academic Matters , especially part Organization of Studies. We find useful General Rules  and there  Lectures and Classes .

NDBI037    Information Models with ordering, bachelor, winter, 2/1 lecture/lab hours, 4 credits, I agree,
NSWI108    Web Semantization,                        master, winter, 2/2  lecture/lab hours, 5 credits, I agree,
NDBI021    Customer preferences,                     master, summer 2/2  lecture/lab hours, 5 credits, I agree,
NDBI006    Query Languages II,                        master, summer 2/2  lecture/lab hours, 5 credits,  I agree,

NSWI155    Seminar on semantization and preferences I, winter 0/2 lecture/class hours, 3 credits,
NSWI156    Seminar on semantization and preferences II, summer 0/2 lecture/class hours, 3 credits,
NSWI121    Dissertation Thesis Preparation, winter 0/2 lecture/class hours, 3 credits,
NSWI122    Dissertation Thesis Preparation, summer 0/2 lecture/class hours, 3 credits,