L2 - Conceptual, Logical and Physical Database Design - CH11.pdf

L2 - Conceptual, Logical and Physical Database Design - CH11.pdf

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Learning Unit 2 ­­ Conceptual, Logical and Physical Database Design In this learning unit, we focus on the three stages of database design 2.1 Overview Copyrighted Material ­ subject to fair use exception Instructions: Study this section thoroughly. It is important for the final exam In this learning unit, which is composed of the content in Chapter 11 (new book) and Chapter 2 (old book), you will learn the following: About the three stages of database design : conceptual, logical and physical. How to design a conceptual model to represent the business and its key functional areas. How the conceptual model can be transformed into a logically equivalent set of relations How to translate the logical data model into a set of specific DBMS table specifications . You will also learn about different types of file organization
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