CS4432: Database Systems II
B-Tree Index Structure
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End-User View
Create Table R (
Id Number,
name varchar2(100),
);
Select ID, name
From R
Where ID = 101;
Select ID, name
From R
Where name = Mike;
To speedup queries We create indexes
> Create Index R_ID

C+ Programming:
From Problem Analysis
to Program Design, Fourth Edition
Chapter 10: Applications of Arrays
(Searching and Sorting) and the vector
Type
Objectives
In this chapter, you will:
Learn how to implement the sequential
search algorithm
Explore h

Exponential Models
Section 6.9
MATH 2414
Objectives:
Create exponential models for applied problems
Analyze exponential models involving population, finance, consumption, radiometric
dating, and pharmaceuticals
An exponential function is proportional to

Indexing and Hashing
(emphasis on B+ trees)
By Huy Nguyen
Cs157b
0900-1015 TR
Lee, Sin-Min
Storage
We have been studying database languages
and queries and have yet to study how data is
stored.
We will look at how data is accessed and the
different Inde

()True or False (20 points)
For each question, answer true (T) or false (F) in the answer sheet, and then
briefly justify your answer.
(1) At most one (single or double) rotation is needed after any insertion in an
AVL tree.
(2) The best-case running tim

Group Project Option 1
Part A.
Define the class bankAccount to store a bank customers account number and balance.
Suppose that account number is of type int, and balance is of type double. Your class
should, at least, provide the
following operations: set

Chapter 6 Review Functions and Driver Practice
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Review the functions specifications below.
Write an algorithm for each
Write the solution in C+
Upload the output window
Submit the code (copy and paste to the Comments section of the Dropbox)

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Exam 2
EE 422C - University of Texas at Austin - Spring 2015
Name _ EID _ Lab day/time_
Test taking instructions. No calculators, laptops or other assisting devices are allowed. Write your
answers on these sheets. Wherever co