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Week 1 - 9/14/2015 CS457F-Data Modeling and Implementation
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Today’s Topics Course Logistics Evaluation Introduction Installation
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About this class CS457 Data Modeling and Implementation Techniques (3 units) This is the first of a series designed to teach relational database concepts, design, and applications. Topics include database architecture, relational model, structured query language (SQL), data manipulation language (DML), data definition language (DDL), database design, ER modeling, database normalization, de- normalization, and physical database design. Popular database systems, such as Oracle and Microsoft SQL server, are used for hands-on exercises and projects. Prerequisite: CS204 Program Design & Analysis in C Language
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About this class CLASS CS457F: Monday 12:15pm 3:00pm @ East-135 Office Hour By appointment, or 30 minutes after class. Email: Address: [email protected] Subject: “CS457F_Name_StudentID”.
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About this class (cont’d) Textbook Luke Welling, MySQL Tutorial, 1st-Edition. MySQL Press 2004.
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About this class (cont’d) Reference books Joel Murach, Murach's MySQL , Mike Murach & Associates, 2012.
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