Database: Models, Languages, Design (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
944
Utgivningsdatum
1997-04-01
Upplaga
illustrated ed
Förlag
OUP USA
Illustrationer
figs.
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780195107838
Database: Models, Languages, Design (inbunden)

Database: Models, Languages, Design

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This text presents the traditional topics of a first undergraduate Computer Science course in database theory in a thorough manner. The author conveys a clearer and more comprehensive introduction to database theory than competing books through his organization of the material and explanations of the concepts. The author describes five database models which represent current practice (the relational model), future trends (the object-oriented and deductive models),
and past experiences (the network and hierarchical models). It is intended as a text for a first undergraduate database course as well as for self-study by database practitioners. A solutions manual will be available.
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I DATABASE MODELS AND ACCESS METHODS; 1. Introduction to Databases; 2. Relational Databases; 3. Relational Algebra; 4. Relational Calculus; 5. Basic SQL; 6. Advanced SQL; 7. Object-Oriented Databases; 8. Object-Oriented Queries; 9. Deductive Databases; 10. Deductive Queries; 11. Network Databases; 12. Hierarchical Databases; 13. Comparing the Database Models; II DISK STORAGE MANAGEMENT; 14. File Structures; 15. Indexes; 16. File Structures for the Database Models; III DATABASE DESIGN; 17. Application Design Capture; 18. Functional Dependency Analysis; 19. Join Dependency Analysis; IV EPILOGUE; 20. Performance