05ValuingandStoringInformationstudyguide

05ValuingandStoringInformationstudyguide - Valuing and...

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Unformatted text preview: Valuing and Storing Organizational Information 1. Learning from the text a. Before class assignment (Business Driven Technology Ch 6 & 7) b. Learning Objectives i. Describe the broad levels, formats, and granularities of information ii. Differentiate between transactional and analytical information iii. Understand the value of timely information iv. Assess the impact of low quality information on an organization and the benefits of high quality information on an organization v. Understand the five characteristics of high quality information vi. Define the fundamental concepts of the relational database model vii. Evaluate the advantages of the relational database model viii. Compare relational integrity constraints and business ­critical integrity constraints ix. DBMS x. Integrating data in multiple databases 2. Key Terms a. Information granularity b. Transactional information c. Analytical information d. Real ­time information/systems e. Accuracy f. Completeness g. Consistency h. Uniqueness i. Timeliness j. Relational database k. Entity l. Attribute m. Primary key n. Foreign key o. Physical view p. Logical view q. Relational integrity constraints r. Business ­critical integrity constraints s. DBMS t. Integration u. Forward vs backward integration ...
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