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1 Database Systems Lecture #1 : Introduction
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2 General Information Ext #: 124 Email: [email protected]
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3 Prerequisites Data Structures
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4 Grading Scheme Quizzes – 10% - Homeworks – 10% Project – 20% Midterm1 – 15% Midterm2 – 15% Final – 30%
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5 Grading Policy All deadlines will be hard.
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6 Academic Dishonesty Any form of cheating on exams/homeworks/quizzes is subject to serious penalty.
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7 Reference Books Fundamentals of Database Systems , 3rd Edition by Elmasri & Navathe Database Systems, A Practical Approach , 3rd Edition by Connolly & Begg Database Management Systems , 3rd Edition by Ramakrishnan & Gehrke
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8 Contents Introduction to Databases Basic Concepts and Architecture Relational Model Relational Algebra SQL Data Manipulation, Data Definition ER Modeling Functional Dependencies Normalization Relational Database Design Algorithms, Methodology-Conceptual Logical & Physical Database Design Record Storage and Primary File Organization
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