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Introduction to information representation, modeling, storage, retrieval, processing, analysis, visualization, and science. Topics may include digital libraries, repositories, collections, metadata, databases, ontologies, vocabularies, dictionaries, and multimedia, as applied to complex and compound content at a large scale. Approaches will be discussed for business, medical, humanities, and scientific contexts. Offered fall semester. Prerequisites: (CIS 160 or CIS 161 or CIS 162) and (STA 215 or STA 312).