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The book begins with the basics and then takes the reader into an exploration of the different concepts, methodologies, and models involved in Database Systems. The book is divided into eight parts. The first part covers the basic concepts like databases and users, database system architecture, data modeling methodologies like entity relationship (ER), and the enhanced entity relationship (EER) models. The second chapter goes deep into the concepts of relational databases such as relational models and constraints, relational algebra and calculus, RDBMS design by using ER and EER to relational mapping, and SQL programming. Part three examines database theory and methodologies such as functional dependencies and normalization, design algorithms, practical database design methodologies, and the use of UML diagrams.The next chapter looks at data storage, physical design, indexing, and query processing. Part five deals with transaction processing concepts and applications like introduction to the concepts of transaction processing, concurrency control, and database recovery techniques. Part six examines object database models. It begins with an introduction to object oriented techniques, object database standards, languages and design, and object-relational and extended-relational databases. The next part deals with security, advanced modeling, and distribution. After this, an overview of many recent database related technologies is given, like web database programming (using PHP), XML, data mining concepts, data warehousing, and OLAP. It also introduces some emerging database technologies and applications like mobile and multimedia databases, Geographical Information Systems (GIS), and genome data management. Each chapter ends with a summary, review questions, exercises, and selected bibliography relevant to that chapter. There are a total of five appendices for the book. The first three are in the book, and the last two are available in the book’s companion website. The Appendices are Alternative Diagrammatic Notations for ER models, parameters of disks, and an overview of the query by example (QBE) language. Appendix D provides an overview of the hierarchical model and Appendix E introduces the concepts of the network data model.

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The book begins with the basics and then takes the reader into an exploration of the different concepts, methodologies, and models involved in Database Systems. The book is divided into eight parts. The first part covers the basic concepts like databases and users, database system architecture, data modeling methodologies like entity relationship (ER), and the enhanced entity relationship (EER) models. The second chapter goes deep into the concepts of relational databases such as relational models and constraints, relational algebra and calculus, RDBMS design by using ER and EER to relational mapping, and SQL programming. Part three examines database theory and methodologies such as functional dependencies and normalization, design algorithms, practical database design methodologies, and the use of UML diagrams.The next chapter looks at data storage, physical design, indexing, and query processing. Part five deals with transaction processing concepts and applications like introduction to the concepts of transaction processing, concurrency control, and database recovery techniques. Part six examines object database models. It begins with an introduction to object oriented techniques, object database standards, languages and design, and object-relational and extended-relational databases. The next part deals with security, advanced modeling, and distribution. After this, an overview of many recent database related technologies is given, like web database programming (using PHP), XML, data mining concepts, data warehousing, and OLAP. It also introduces some emerging database technologies and applications like mobile and multimedia databases, Geographical Information Systems (GIS), and genome data management. Each chapter ends with a summary, review questions, exercises, and selected bibliography relevant to that chapter. There are a total of five appendices for the book. The first three are in the book, and the last two are available in the book’s companion website. The Appendices are Alternative Diagrammatic Notations for ER models, parameters of disks, and an overview of the query by example (QBE) language. Appendix D provides an overview of the hierarchical model and Appendix E introduces the concepts of the network data model.
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Title Fundamentals of Database Systems Height 23.8
Ramez Elmasri, Shamkant B. Navathe Width 17.4
ISBN-13 9788131716250 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 8131716252 Spine Width
Publisher Pearson Education Pages 1143
Edition 5 ed Availability Out Of Stock

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