Database SystemsDatabase SystemsWhat will we do this semester?What will we do this semester?Relational ModelSQL and (briefly) Other Relational LanguagesYou’ll be using a system such as MySql to gain experience with SQLEntity-Relationship ModelingYou’ll be using tools such as Visio to do and document your modelingRelational Database DesignApplication Design and DevelopmentYou’ll design and build a moderate sized applicationXMLStorage and File StructuresIndexing and HashingQuery Processing and TransactionsObject Based Databases (as time permits)
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Basic Course InformationBasic Course InformationCourse InstructorSusan E. ConryCamp 166Extension 6510Email: [email protected]Office hours: 2:00 – 4:00 MW; 1:00 – 2:00 TuCourse meets MWF at 10:00 in Camp 175Text:Database Systems Concepts – 5thEdition by Silbershatz, Korth, and Sudershan (published May 2005)Software:We will use a modern relational database as a platform for homework exercises and also as an implementation vehicle for the project. At the moment, I think it is likely to be MySql.