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CS411 Summary Dec. 2011
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About the Final Exam Time : Dec. 13 th (Tuesday) 1:30pm to 4:30pm Venue : RAL 116 o Last name initial: A ‐‐‐ G (less than 50 students) o Address: http://www.fs.uiuc.edu/ada/0116.html SIEBL 1404 o Last name initial: H ‐‐‐ Z (around 120 students) o Address: the class room in SC Bring you student ID ! Exam: A closed book, closed note exam Basic calculators are allowed , advanced calculators, smart phones, PDAs are NOT allowed
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About the Final Exam Coverage : Accumulative, with emphasis on 2nd half (roughly 2/3) Format: NO TRUE/FALSE questions! A set of short answer questions Concepts, comparisons, calculations, algorithms, …… Several more questions, each of which is about a specific topic Modeling, calculations, algorithms, ……
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Suggested Methods for Study Go over the lecture slides
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Unformatted text preview: ; Study the textbook Work on problems in hw/lectures Work on sample exams (see course Web) Questions? Tutorial sessions if solved there Office hours Significantly extended during the final week Any practice work it out before looking at solutions Discuss with people in your group First Topics: User Perspective Entity Relationship Model Relational Model Relational Algebra Relational Database Design SQL and DBMS Functionalities: Queries, Sub queries and Updates Indices and Views Constraints and Triggers SQL Programming Second Topics: System Perspective Indexing Query Execution Query Optimization Transaction Management Q & A...
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course CS 411 taught by Professor Winslett during the Fall '07 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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