Database Systems: Concepts, Design & Applications

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This book is a comprehensive, practical, and student-friendly textbook addressing fundamental concepts in database design and application. It covers one full semester course on database systems offered to undergraduate (BE, B.Tech. BCA, B.Sc.), postgraduate (ME, M.Tech., MCA, MBA, M.Sc.), and diploma students of computer science and engineering, information technology, and software engineering. This book also serves as a trainer for various short- and long-term computer courses as well as a reference for practicing engineers and IT professionals.Features Comprehensive coverage of topics with flexible organization and logical flow. Simple language with real world examples, illustrative figures and exercises. Easy-to-use, step-by-step methodologies for conceptual and logical database designs covering functional dependency, decomposition, normalization, relational algebra, relational calculus, query processing and optimization. Advance and emerging database concepts such as parallel databases, distributed database management, decision support systems, data warehousing and data mining, Web-enabled databases, mobile databases, multimedia databases, spatial databases, and digital libraries. Chapters on commercial databases, namely, DB2 Universal Databases, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, Microsoft Access and MySQL to help the student in visualizing practical and real-time implementation of database system. Rich in pedagogycontains review questions, multiple choice questions with answers at the end of each chapter. Bridges the gap between theory and practical implementation of database concepts for business applications through a large number of case studies.Contents DATABASE CONCEPTS Introduction to Database System Database System Architecture Physical Data Organisation RELATIONAL MODELS Relational Algebra Calculus Relational Query Languages Entity Relational (E-R) Model Enchanced Entity- Relationship (EER) Model DATABASE DESIGN Introduction to Database Design Functional Dependency and Decomposition Normalization TRANSACTION AND SECURITY MANAGEMENT Query Processing and Optimization Transaction Processing and Concurrency Control Database Recovery System Database Security OBJECT-BASED DATABASES Object-Oriented Database Object-Relational Database ADVANCE AND EMERGING DATABASE CONCEPTS Parallel Database Systems Distributed Database Systems Decision Support Systems (DSS) Data Warehousing and Data Mining Emerging Database Technologies CASE STUDIES Database Design Case Studies COMMERCIAL DATABASES IDM DB2 Universal Database Oracle Microsoft SQL Server Microsoft Access MySQL Bibliography Index


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This book is a comprehensive, practical, and student-friendly textbook addressing fundamental concepts in database design and application. It covers one full semester course on database systems offered to undergraduate (BE, B.Tech. BCA, B.Sc.), postgraduate (ME, M.Tech., MCA, MBA, M.Sc.), and diploma students of computer science and engineering, information technology, and software engineering. This book also serves as a trainer for various short- and long-term computer courses as well as a reference for practicing engineers and IT professionals.Features Comprehensive coverage of topics with flexible organization and logical flow. Simple language with real world examples, illustrative figures and exercises. Easy-to-use, step-by-step methodologies for conceptual and logical database designs covering functional dependency, decomposition, normalization, relational algebra, relational calculus, query processing and optimization. Advance and emerging database concepts such as parallel databases, distributed database management, decision support systems, data warehousing and data mining, Web-enabled databases, mobile databases, multimedia databases, spatial databases, and digital libraries. Chapters on commercial databases, namely, DB2 Universal Databases, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, Microsoft Access and MySQL to help the student in visualizing practical and real-time implementation of database system. Rich in pedagogycontains review questions, multiple choice questions with answers at the end of each chapter. Bridges the gap between theory and practical implementation of database concepts for business applications through a large number of case studies.Contents DATABASE CONCEPTS Introduction to Database System Database System Architecture Physical Data Organisation RELATIONAL MODELS Relational Algebra Calculus Relational Query Languages Entity Relational (E-R) Model Enchanced Entity- Relationship (EER) Model DATABASE DESIGN Introduction to Database Design Functional Dependency and Decomposition Normalization TRANSACTION AND SECURITY MANAGEMENT Query Processing and Optimization Transaction Processing and Concurrency Control Database Recovery System Database Security OBJECT-BASED DATABASES Object-Oriented Database Object-Relational Database ADVANCE AND EMERGING DATABASE CONCEPTS Parallel Database Systems Distributed Database Systems Decision Support Systems (DSS) Data Warehousing and Data Mining Emerging Database Technologies CASE STUDIES Database Design Case Studies COMMERCIAL DATABASES IDM DB2 Universal Database Oracle Microsoft SQL Server Microsoft Access MySQL Bibliography Index
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ISBN-13 9788177585674 Binding
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Publisher Prentice Hall Pages 0
Edition 2010 Availability In Stock

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