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Now you have three tables: the main table, employer table, and position table. Pay attention, NAICS_Code and NAICS_Description are repeated information, i.e. they can explain each other, so they cannot be in the same table for the purpose of 3NF. Therefore, you can leave either one of them in the employer table, and start a new table which only consists of NAICS_Code and NAICS_Description. This table only explains each code with the description. In conclusion, you will have four tables for HW4. Chapter 5 Announcement This week we are studying Chapter 5. Chapter 5 is an easy reading and self-explanatory chapter, so I do not have additional information for you.
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Chapter 7 Announcement This week we are studying Chapter 7. This chapter serves as a brief introduction to the concept of “internal control”. You only need to read most of the material once and get familiar with the concepts. There is no need to fully comprehend these concepts. (This “internal control” concept can go as far as a 4-credit graduate level course, which you can find in the University of Minnesota Master of Accountancy program. Don’t ask me how I know this. Oh… that was a painful experience.) The important knowledge points you need to understand in this chapter are: 1. Preventive, Detective, and Corrective Controls 2. Segregation of Duties Additional Materials Internal Control Explained: Preventive and Corrective Controls Explained: Segregation of Duties Explained: (Watch 0:10 – 2:55) Chapters 8, 9, and 10 Announcement Chapters 8, 9, and 10 discuss the Trust Services Framework that is quite useful in the control applications discussed in Chapters 12 and 13. For now, similar to the requirement on Chapter 7, you only need to read most of the material once and get familiar with the concepts. There is no need to fully comprehend these concepts. Once we are discussing Chapters 12 and 13, you will be going back to review Chapter 8, 9, and 10 again to better comprehend the controls for threats in the business transaction cycles. Additional Materials Virtualization and Cloud Computing Explained: (Watch from 0:29 to 4:05) Symmetric Key and Public Key Encryption Explained:
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Hashing Explained: Digital Signature Explained: (Watch from 0:40 to 4:47) Incremental and Differential Backup Explained: Chapter 17 Announcement Chapter 17 and 18 are discussing a Resource, Event, and Agent model and its application. They are the extension of Chapter 4 - Relational Database.
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