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Database Systems: Design, Implementation and Management
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DATABASE SYSTEMS: DESIGN, IMPLEMENTATION AND MANAGEMENT

MIXED MEDIA PRODUCT BY CROCKETT, KEELEY; ROB, PETER; CORONEL, CARLOS

£56.09

ISBN
9781844807321
IMPRINT
CENGAGE LEARNING EMEA
 
 
EDITION
INTERNATIONAL ED
PUBLISHER
CENGAGE LEARNING EMEA
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FORMAT
MIXED MEDIA PRODUCT
PAGES
832 pages
PUBLICATION DATE
12 MAR 2008

DESCRIPTION

This new international version of Database Systems maintains its engaging writing style and brevity, its unique balance between theory and practice and its wealth of examples throughout the text, inspiring student-friendly learning at its best. This new international version includes new chapters on Relational Algebra and Physical Database Design, and UML modelling notation. It has been updated with all the latest developments and technologies and incorporates a generous number of localised and motivating business vignettes that tie the concepts to real-life situations.

CONTENTS

PART ONE: DATABASE CONCEPTS 1. Database Systems 2. Data Models 3. The Relational Database Model 4. Relational Algebra PART TWO: DESIGN CONCEPTS 5. Entity Relationship Modelling 6. Advanced Data Modelling 7. Normalisation of Database Tables PART THREE: SQL 8. Introduction to SQL 9. Advanced SQL PART FOUR: DATABASE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION 10. Overview of Database Design 11. Conceptual, Logical and Physical Database Design PART FIVE: DATABASE TRANSACTIONS AND PERFORMANCE TRAINING 12. Transaction Management and Concurrency Control 13. Database Performance Tuning and Query Optimisation PART SIX: CONCEPTS OF LARGE SCALE DATABASE SYSTEMS 14. Distributed Database Management Systems 15. The Data Warehouse 16. Database Connectivity and Web Development APPENDICES Appendix A: Designing Databases with Visio Professional: A Tutorial Appendix B: The University Lab: Conceptual Design and Verification Appendix C: The University Lab: Logical and Physical Database Design and Implementation Appendix D: Converting an ER Model into a Database Structure Appendix E: Comparison of ER Modelling Notations Appendix F: Client/Server Systems Appendix G: Object-Orientated Databases Appendix H: Database in Electronic Commerce Appendix I: The Hierachical Database Model Appendix J: The Network Database Model Appendix K: Database Administration