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Modern database management / Fred R. McFadden, Jeffrey A. Hoffer.

By: McFadden, Fred R, 1933-.
Contributor(s): Hoffer, Jeffrey A | McFadden, Fred R, 1933-. Database management.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Redwood City, Calif. : Benjamin/Cummings, c1994Edition: 4th ed.Description: xxv, 597 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm.ISBN: 0805360476; 9780805360479; 0805360395; 9780805360394.Subject(s): Database managementDDC classification: 005.74 Online resources: WorldCat details | E-book Fulltext
Contents:
Table of contents Pt. I. The Context of Database Development. 1. The Database Environment. 2. A Database Application for Pine Valley Furniture. 3. The Database Development Process -- Pt. II. Data Modeling and Database Design. 4. The Entity-Relationship Model. 5. The Object-Oriented Data Model. 6. Logical Design and the Relational Model. 7. Physical Database Design -- Pt. III. Relational Database Implementation. 8. SQL: A Standard for Database Processing. 9. Implementing a dBASE IV Database. 10. Query-by-Example: Implementing a Paradox 4.0 Database. 11. Advanced Features of PC Database Systems -- Pt. IV. Data Administration and Distributed Databases. 12. Data Administration. 13. Client/Server and Distributed Databases -- Pt. V. Legacy Database Systems. 14. Hierarchical Database Systems. 15. Network and CODASYL Implementations -- App. A: Codd's 12 Rules for a Truly Relational System -- App. B: An Overview of PC-RDBMSs.
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Rev. ed. of: Database management. 3rd ed. c1991.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Table of contents Pt. I. The Context of Database Development. 1. The Database Environment. 2. A Database Application for Pine Valley Furniture. 3. The Database Development Process --
Pt. II. Data Modeling and Database Design. 4. The Entity-Relationship Model. 5. The Object-Oriented Data Model. 6. Logical Design and the Relational Model. 7. Physical Database Design --
Pt. III. Relational Database Implementation. 8. SQL: A Standard for Database Processing. 9. Implementing a dBASE IV Database. 10. Query-by-Example: Implementing a Paradox 4.0 Database. 11. Advanced Features of PC Database Systems --
Pt. IV. Data Administration and Distributed Databases. 12. Data Administration. 13. Client/Server and Distributed Databases --
Pt. V. Legacy Database Systems. 14. Hierarchical Database Systems. 15. Network and CODASYL Implementations --
App. A: Codd's 12 Rules for a Truly Relational System --
App. B: An Overview of PC-RDBMSs.

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