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  • Fundamentals of a Relational Database
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  • Database Management (Rdbms) Assignment
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  • Intro to Database
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  • Database
    EE4791 Database Systems 2012-13 Project (CA, 20%) Design and Implementation of the Database with Microsoft Access. Group assignment (1-3 persons per group): 1. Propose a database Case Study with at least 5 tables. Write down the requirements on the database. 2. Draw EER diagram. 3. Give relational...
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  • Database Management
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  • Database System Concepts
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  • Database Management
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  • database design concept
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  • Database Management
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  • Database and Programming
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  • Introduction to Database Management
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  • Database Management System
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  • Database Final Exam
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    CS6083: Principles of Database Systems ! Systems Concepts, 6th Edition, McGraw-Hill 2009. (The 4th and 5th editions are also OK to use.)!   Will use slides from book as well as extra material!   Posted on course page a day ahead of class! Database System Concepts - 6th Edition! Modi...
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