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CS411 Database Systems 01: Introduction Yizhou Sun
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Welcome to CS411 Time & Venue Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30pm – 4:45pm 1404 Siebel Center Web Information: https://wiki.engr.illinois.edu/display/cs411fa11 Please read the class syllabus, announcement, policy, and lecture schedule carefully; ask now if you have questions The schedule is not final and will be adjusted adaptively during the semester CS411 2
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Teaching Staff: The Back-End Principal: Peixiang Zhao pzhao4@illinois.edu Office hour: Fridays 2:00-3:00pm, SC 0207 (after week 3) Week 1, Week 3: Yizhou Sun sun22@illinois.edu Office hour: Thursdays 5:00-6:00pm, SC 0207 (Week 1, Week 3) Acknowledgement Prof. Kevin C. Chang will be our mentor! Most of the ideas and teaching materials are borrowed from CS411 Spring 2011. Thanks Kevin! CS411 3
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Teaching Assistants: The Front-End Reza Shiftehfar Responsibilities: Project 1 (Web-based DB programming) Contact info: sshifte2@illinois.edu Office hours: Thursdays 8:30-9:30am, SC 0207 Mark Overholt Responsibilities: Homework and Exam Contact info: overhol2@illinois.edu Office hours: Tuesdays 2:30-3:30pm, SC 0207 Duo Zhang Responsibilities: Website, Newsgroup, and Project 2 (research survey) Contact info: dzhang22@illinois.edu Office hours: Mondays 5:00-6:00pm, SC 0207 CS411 4
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You Tell Me -- Where are you from? CS, ECE, … Why Are You Taking this Course? Are you interested more in being An IT Guru at Goldman-Sachs or Boeing? A System Developer at Oracle or Google? CS411 5
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CS411 Goal The first, introductory course in databases. User perspective how to use a database system? conceptual data modeling, the relational and other data models, database schema design, relational algebra, and the SQL query language. System perspective how to design and implement a database system? data representation, indexing, query optimization and processing, transaction processing, concurrency control, and crash recovery CS411 6
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How to Get the Most out of CS411? Read and think before class welcome to ask questions before/during/after class! Study and discuss with your peers discuss readings to enhance understanding discuss assignments but write your own solution! Use lectures to guide your study use it as a roadmap for what’s important lectures are starting points – they do not cover everything you should read CS411 7
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Prerequisite Must have data structure and algorithm background CS 225 or equivalent Good programming skill project will require lot of programming need C++, Java, or PHP … to do a good job at talking with DB you or your project group picks the language CS411 8
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Textbook Database Systems: The Complete Book , 2/e , by Hector Garcia-Molina, Jeffrey D. Ullman, and Jennifer D. Widom References: Database Management Systems , by Raghu Ramakrishnan
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