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chapter01a2 - Concepts of Database Management, Fifth...

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Concepts of Database  Concepts of Database  Management, Fifth Edition Management, Fifth Edition Chapter 1:  Chapter 1:  Introduction to Database  Introduction to Database  Management Management
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2 Objectives Why study database management? Introduce Premiere Products, the company that is used as the basis for many of the examples throughout the text Introduce basic database terminology Describe database management systems Explain the advantages and disadvantages of database processing Introduce Henry Books, the company that is used in the case that runs throughout the text
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3 Why manage data? Changing view of data Higher costs of lost data Encouragement of “team problem- solving” Flexible reporting Integrating it into decision-making better
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4 Background Info DBMS software $25B/year industry Networked DBMS growing fastest DB research underpins communication systems Enterprise applications multimedia Internet scientific applications
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5 Data Management Tasks designing the file or database structure entering the data updating data by adding, changing, or deleting sorting the data searching through the data for a record or group of records obtaining screen or printed output Common tasks for flat files and databases are:
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6 Approaches to Data Management include: Custom Program Approach File Processing System Approach Database Management System Approach
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7 Contrasting Database and File System Designs
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8 Problems associated with file processing systems Application/Program dependence Data is separate and isolated Data reduplication Multiple formats; hard to share data across applications.
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9 Database Management Systems Operating System Database Management System Application Programs Databases Data Dictionary Database Management
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10 Disadvantages of DBMS Approach Cost Size Complexity Additional Hardware Requirements Higher Impact of Failure Recovery more difficult
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course IS 158 taught by Professor Moffitt during the Spring '08 term at CSU Fresno.

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