1) Review the existing spreadsheet and their sample data and make any assumptions you need
about the company. Make any comments about the approach that you are going to follow, as
you see fit. (10%)
Since the information that is presented for me to in two
A company called FastCabs provides a taxi service to clients. The table
shown in Figure 14.21 displays some details of client bookings for taxis.
Assume that a taxi driver is assigned to a single taxi, but a taxi can be
assigned to one or more drivers.
Part 1 Describe the main components in a DBMS.
The different components in a DBMS are:
Software this is considered the main component to the DBMS. There are three different
categories for the software. The categories are the DBMS software itself, the netw
1) In what ways did the discussion board assignments this semester facilitate your learning of the
course material? What was the most interesting Forum discussion? Why?
The way that the forum discussion boards assignments help me out this past semester wa
Week2 Database Exercise
June 12, 2016
Part 1 (started previous exercise by mistake so I just kept the table but included numbers for
current exercise to have a placeholder in this document for Part 1)
Week1 Database Exercise
List and briefly describe each limitation of the file-based approach, and then explain which
advantage, or function, or service of a DBMS addresses (or compensates for) that limitation.
Separation and is
create table Mandevill0402045
Week3 Database Exercise
List and briefly describe each limitation of the file-based approach (see pages 12 - 14 of the Connolly
text), and then explain which advantage, or function, or service of a DBMS addresses (or compensates
for) that limitation.
Your submission should inclu
06 August 2016
Assignment Week 1
The limitations of the file-based system and how the DBMS addresss each of these limitations.
Separation and isolation of data: in file-based systems this is difficult because the da
06 August 2016
Assignment Week 2
A) Define the following terms entity, attribute, relationship.
Entity: is a distinct object in an organization that is represented in the database. It can be a person, place,
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Week 4 Database Exercise
4 Discuss what a user view represents in the context of a database system.
The end user defines the requirements for the DBMS. The view should represent the users request. For
example, a DBMS f
1) Summarize the purpose of views and indexes.
The purpose of a View within a database management system is to portray information
that is within the database. The purpose of an Index within the database management
system is to help speed up looking up in
Why (when) would the rigor of a methodology be useful? Select one step in the Logical Data Model from
the Connolly text that you feel would always be useful and explain why?
Why and when I would use the methodology for databases would be almost always. Th
What are some of the important considerations regarding DBMS/Database design? Explain why these
considerations are important.
As far as I can tell there are a total of eight different considerations regarding to the Database
management system (DBMS)/ Data
Question 1.8: Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of DBMSs.
According to the text, on page 27, there are a total of 14 advantages that are for the DBMSs. They are;
control of data redundancy, economy of scale, data consistency, balance of conflicting
10.4 Discuss what a user view represents in the context of a database
The user view according to the book is required for the DBMS so that
the data could be transmitted or held so that data could be added to it at a
later date. (P.302)
For each stage of the database system development lifecycle
identify examples of the facts captured and the documentation
There are a total of 11 stage to the database system development
lifecycle. They are:
1) Database planning The first s
create table Clark4479777
Balance number (8,2),
insert into Clark4479777
1) Name and main idea of the project.
The main idea of my project for the problems of data storage is that There is way too much
2) Purpose and goal of the project.
The purpose of my project is to research information on how to dense down the
Running head: TOO MUCH INFORMATION
Too Much Information
Database Management Systems
American Military University
TOO MUCH INFORMATION
Too Much Information.
How much information is too much information? What people save on t
The Library case study
17.15 Describe the relational schema mapped from the Library EER
model shown in Figure 17.12 and described in Exercises 12.14 and
An EER model of the Library case
I do hope I am doing this assignment right
Hello fellow classmates;
My name is Aaron Clark, and I go by Aaron. My major is a Bachelor in Informational Technology
Management and I think I am in my last year of college; since I have estimated that I should be
completed with my degree by late spring
According to the text, relational model is based on the concept of mathematical relations.
(Connolly) Relational models in the text show examples of the linkage of branch information to
the staff information. The benefits of the relational model is that t
Review the fact finding techniques discussed in the Connolly text. Which two techniques would you
prefer to use and why?
There are a total of five fact-finding techniques and they are examining documentation, interviewing,
observing the enterprise in oper
The Structured Query Language or SQL is a standard language that is needed to talk to a database
management system. I have researched over the internet for the commands for the SQL and the MS
Access graphical interface. What I have found out is that they
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Week 1 Database Exercise
1.8 Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of DBMSs
There are many advantages to database management systems (DBMs). I
believe that two of the most important advantages are sharing data and i