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Database System Concepts/ Abraham Silberschatz, Henry F. Korth, S. Sudarshan

By: Silberschatz, Abraham.
Contributor(s): Korth, Henry F | Sudarshan, S.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Boston, MA; London: McGraw-Hill, c2006Edition: 5th ed. (International edition).Description: xxvi, 1142 p. : ill., diagrams, graphs ; 23 cm.ISBN: 007124476X; 9780072958867; 9780071244763.Subject(s): Database management | Computer ScienceDDC classification: 005.74 Online resources: WorldCat Details | E-book fulltext
Contents:
Ch. 1. Introduction -- Pt. 1. Relational databases -- Ch. 2. Relational model -- Ch. 3. SQL -- Ch. 4. Advanced SQL -- Ch. 5. Other relational languages -- Pt. 2. Database design -- Ch. 6. Database design and the E-R model -- Ch. 7. Relational database design -- Ch. 8. Application design and development -- Pt. 3. Object-based databases and XML -- Ch. 9. Object-based databases -- Ch. 10. XML -- Pt. 4. Data storage and querying -- Ch. 11. Storage and file structure -- Ch. 12. Indexing and hashing -- Ch. 13. Query processing -- Ch. 14. Query optimization -- Pt. 5. Transaction management -- Ch. 15. Transactions -- Ch. 16. Concurrency control -- Ch. 17. Recovery system -- Pt. 6. Data mining and information retrieval -- Ch. 18. Data analysis and mining -- Ch. 19. Information retrieval -- Pt. 7. System architecture -- Ch. 20. Database-system architectures -- Ch. 21. Parallel databases -- Ch. 22. Distributed databases -- Pt. 8. Other topics -- Ch. 23. Advanced application development -- Ch. 24. Advanced data types and new applications -- Ch. 25. Advanced transaction processing -- Pt. 9. Case studies -- Ch. 26. PostgreSQL -- Ch. 27. Oracle -- Ch. 28. IBM DB2 universal database -- Ch. 29. Microsoft SQL server -- Pt. 10. Appendices -- App. A. Network model (contents online) -- App. B. Hierarchical model (contents online) -- App. C. Advanced relational database design (contents online)
Summary: Summary: Intended for a first course in databases at junior or senior undergraduate, or first year graduate level, this book provides extensive coverage of concepts, database system internals and tools and techniques.
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Silberschatz, Abraham.
Database system concepts.
Boston : McGraw-Hill Higher Education, c2006
(OCoLC)714775676

Bibliography: p1101-1128.

Ch. 1. Introduction --
Pt. 1. Relational databases --
Ch. 2. Relational model --
Ch. 3. SQL --
Ch. 4. Advanced SQL --
Ch. 5. Other relational languages --
Pt. 2. Database design --
Ch. 6. Database design and the E-R model --
Ch. 7. Relational database design --
Ch. 8. Application design and development --
Pt. 3. Object-based databases and XML --
Ch. 9. Object-based databases --
Ch. 10. XML --
Pt. 4. Data storage and querying --
Ch. 11. Storage and file structure --
Ch. 12. Indexing and hashing --
Ch. 13. Query processing --
Ch. 14. Query optimization --
Pt. 5. Transaction management --
Ch. 15. Transactions --
Ch. 16. Concurrency control --
Ch. 17. Recovery system --
Pt. 6. Data mining and information retrieval --
Ch. 18. Data analysis and mining --
Ch. 19. Information retrieval --
Pt. 7. System architecture --
Ch. 20. Database-system architectures --
Ch. 21. Parallel databases --
Ch. 22. Distributed databases --
Pt. 8. Other topics --
Ch. 23. Advanced application development --
Ch. 24. Advanced data types and new applications --
Ch. 25. Advanced transaction processing --
Pt. 9. Case studies --
Ch. 26. PostgreSQL --
Ch. 27. Oracle --
Ch. 28. IBM DB2 universal database --
Ch. 29. Microsoft SQL server --
Pt. 10. Appendices --
App. A. Network model (contents online) --
App. B. Hierarchical model (contents online) --
App. C. Advanced relational database design (contents online)

Summary:
Intended for a first course in databases at junior or senior undergraduate, or first year graduate level, this book provides extensive coverage of concepts, database system internals and tools and techniques.

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