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Unformatted text preview: 8396w Database Management Systems (COP 5725) Markus Schneider Department of Computer and Information Science and Engineering CSE Building, Room E450 University of Florida These notes are a summary of all slides which are shown and explained in the course of the lecture. Please note that these slides do not at all replace the study of the relevant literature, but are only considered as a guidance towards the lecture. Preliminaries COP 5725 course web page http://www.cise.ufl.edu/~mschneid/Teaching/COP5725_Spring2012/ COP5725_Spring2012.html Syllabus on COP 5725 course web page http://www.cise.ufl.edu/~mschneid/Teaching/COP5725_Spring2012/Syllabus.pdf Apply for an Oracle account as fast as possible. In which situation should you ask whom for advice? lecture, homework, and project questions: me and the TAs Oracle contents questions: TAs Oracle system questions: [email protected] (system administrators) My messages to the class are communicated by a class mailing list. Some remarks with respect to the class project (contents, team formation, ...). Your questions ... What I expect from you ... Read the syllabus. Attend the class regularly. Study and learn the material presented in the class and in the reference book. Learn also explanations and definitions given in mathematical terms. Perform well in the exams. Do the homework (alone). Do the software project (in a team). Don’t cheat. What you should have learned after this lecture ... the structure and contents of this class why file systems are inappropriate in many ways and for many applications what the requirements of database systems are some fundamental database terms which kind of data models and database languages exist Structure 1. Introduction 2. Database Management: Handling Tables 3. Conceptual Data Modeling 4. Relational Data Model 5. SQL...
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2012 for the course COP 5725 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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Lecture01 - 8396w Database Management Systems(COP 5725...

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