INTRODUCTION TO DATABASE
All of us are familiar with the term data. In fact, unknowingly we come across data in our day to day life every day. The age of a person, price of potato, number of students in a school, pin code of a city, etc. are some examples of data. In our life we have to remember s
Database Access with Visual Basic
Database Access with Visual Basic
(Publisher: Macmillan Computer Publishing) Author(s): Jeffrey Mcmanus ISBN: 1562765671 Publication Date: 10/01/97
Introduction It’s probably safe to say that the majority of Visual Basic developers will use VB to access dat
Introduction to Database Management System
This unit will cover following topics:
* Definition of a database.
* Difference between relational database and file system.
* Advantages of Relational Database.
* Tools for maintaining and retrieving data from a re
Chapter 3 : Entity - Relationship Modelling
The aims of this chapter are:
* To explain the need for entity-relationship modelling
* To explain the terms entity-relationship model, entity-relationship diagram
* To define the terms entity type, entity, attribute, attribute value, primary
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THE DATABASE ENVIRONMENT
Basic Concepts and Definition Database: organized collection of logically related data Data: stored representations of meaningful objects and events Structured: numbers, text, dates Unstructured: images, video, documents Information: data processed to in
Databases and database technology are having the major impact on the growing use of computer. It is fair to say that database play a critical role in almost all areas where computers are used, including business, engineering medical, law, education, and library science etc.
Chapter 6 – Elements of Systems Design
This chapter corresponds with chapter 9 of the text book.
Note: chapters mentioned in the text below refer to the chapters in the text book.
Chapter 8 described the activities that complete the analysis phase and begins the
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Evaluation of the Quality of Information Retrieval of Clinical Findings from a Computerized Patient Database Using a Semantic Terminological Model
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Database Management Systems and Data Warehousing
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[ February 27, 2010 ]
Databases have become more prevalent in our everyday lives and effect just about everything that we do in relation to work, home, and shopping.
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Databases from an Agent-oriented Perspective
Meurig Beynon*, Alan Cartwright†, Yun Pui Yung* Department of Computer Science* Department of Engineering† University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL
ABSTRACT - We regard a database as a computer model that enables us to simulate different modes of i
Resource integration of heterogeneous database interoperability federated database
Heterogeneous database interoperability issues as a database research in the field hot and difficult issues at home and abroad, academic and industrial sectors have attracted wide attention.
MODELING AND SIMULATION METHODS
FOR DESIGN OF ENGINEERING SYSTEMS
Rajarishi Sinha, Student Member, ASME
Institute for Complex Engineered Systems
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213, USA
Vei-Chung Liang, Student Member, ASME
Institute for Complex Engine
MS Database Software
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Database Modeling and Design
3 rd Edition Toby J. Teorey University of Michigan
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As the title implies, The Information System Consultant’s Handbook: Systems Analysis and Design, was written for professional systems analysts, system designers, and information system consultants.
“Choosing the right OODB architecture can mean orders of magnitude difference in performance and scalability characteristics rather than a few percentage points as found in relational implementations.”
To achieve maximum performance and scalability the most important thing is ch