(web-based and classroom instruction)
(2 hours lecture/3 hours laboratory)
3 semester credit hours/ meets part of advanced informatics competencies
Prerequisites: HI 6302 or consent of instructor
This course will focus on an understanding of the different forms of knowledge used in biomedical informatics. Based on the type of knowledge, where the knowledge is located, and how the knowledge is structured, the course will examine different methods to acquire that knowledge from the people and/or repositories that contain the knowledge. The course will examine strategies to validate that knowledge and to create a repository for it. A more detailed understanding of the repository can be found in HI 6302, Knowledge Modeling I.