Computer & Information Science
The book of Database Design and Implementation is a comprehensive guide that provides a thorough introduction to the principles, concepts, and best practices of database design and implementation. It covers the essential topics required to design, develop, and manage a database system, including data modeling, database normalization, SQL programming, and database administration.
The book is designed for students, database administrators, software developers, and anyone interested in learning how to design and implement a database system. It provides a step-by-step approach to database design and implementation, with clear explanations and practical examples. It also includes exercises and quizzes at the end of each chapter to help reinforce the concepts covered. The book begins by introducing the fundamental concepts of database systems and data modeling. It then discusses the process of database design and normalization, which is essential for creating a well-structured and efficient database system. The book also covers SQL programming, which is used for querying, updating, and managing data in a database. Additionally, it includes a comprehensive discussion on database administration, including security, backup and recovery, and performance tuning.
Chen, Weiru, "Database Design and Implementation" (2023). ATU Faculty Open Educational Resources. 2.
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