Author: Sikha Bagui,Richard Earp
Publisher: CRC Press
Essential to database design, entity-relationship (ER) diagrams are known for their usefulness in mapping out clear database designs. They are also well-known for being difficult to master. With Database Design Using Entity-Relationship Diagrams, Second Edition, database designers, developers, and students preparing to enter the field can quickly learn the ins and outs of ER diagramming. Building on the success of the bestselling first edition, this accessible text includes a new chapter on the relational model and functional dependencies. It also includes expanded chapters on Enhanced Entity Relationship (EER) diagrams and reverse mapping. It uses cutting-edge case studies and examples to help readers master database development basics and defines ER and EER diagramming in terms of requirements (end user requests) and specifications (designer feedback to those requests). Describes a step-by-step approach for producing an ER diagram and developing a relational database from it Contains exercises, examples, case studies, bibliographies, and summaries in each chapter Details the rules for mapping ER diagrams to relational databases Explains how to reverse engineer a relational database back to an entity-relationship model Includes grammar for the ER diagrams that can be presented back to the user The updated exercises and chapter summaries provide the real-world understanding needed to develop ER and EER diagrams, map them to relational databases, and test the resulting relational database. Complete with a wealth of additional exercises and examples throughout, this edition should be a basic component of any database course. Its comprehensive nature and easy-to-navigate structure makes it a resource that students and professionals will turn to throughout their careers.
Author: Sikha Bagui,Richard Earp
Publisher: CRC Press
Entity-relationship (E-R) diagrams are time-tested models for database development well-known for their usefulness in mapping out clear database designs. Also commonly known is how difficult it is to master them. With this comprehensive guide, database designers and developers can quickly learn all the ins and outs of E-R diagramming to become expert database designers. Because E-R diagrams are so fundamental to database design, this book is also an indispensable text for teaching computer science students the basics of database development. Database Design Using Entity-Relationship Diagrams clarifies E-R diagramming by defining it in terms of requirements (end user requests) and specifications (designer feedback to those requests). The book explains how open communication between designers and end users is critical to developing usable, easy-to-understand E-R diagrams that model both requirements and specifications. The authors explain, in an intuitive, informal manner, how to develop an E-R diagram, how to map it to a database, and how the resulting database can be tested. This definitive guide is a basic component for any database course, and is also an invaluable reference that database professionals can use throughout their careers. introbul>Features
Author: Andy Oppel
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Learning DATABASE fundamentals just got a whole lot EASIER! Now you can design, build, and manage a fully functional database with ease. Thoroughly updated to cover the latest technologies and techniques, Databases Demystified, Second Edition gives you the hands-on help you need to get started. Written in a step-by-step format, this practical guide covers methods that can be used with any database, including Microsoft Access, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, and Oracle. You'll learn about relational database components, database queries, SQL, the database life cycle, logical database design using normalization, and physical database design. Data and process modeling, database security, Online Analytical Processing (OLAP), and XML are also covered. Detailed examples and concise explanations make it easy to understand the material, and end-of-chapter quizzes and a final exam help reinforce learning. It's a no-brainer! You'll find out how to: Create and run database queries using the forms-based query tool in Microsoft Access Write SQL statements and queries Use entity relationship diagrams (ERDs) for data modeling Design physical tables Connect databases to users, computer systems, and applications Secure database data Handle cursor processing, transaction management, and performance tuning Integrate XML documents and objects into databases Simple enough for a beginner, but challenging enough for an advanced student, Databases Demystified, Second Edition is your self-paced guide to learning universal database concepts.
Author: Ramez Elmasri,Shamkant B. Navathe
Publisher: Benjamin Cummings
Category: Database design
The book covers all data models, including relational, hierarchical, entity-relationship and object-oriented. Material for the core undergraduate course in database is solid, with ample material for a graduate course focusing on implementations. database models using ObjectStore and 02 as examples; and theory and concepts of deductive database systems. New to this edition are updated coverage of SQL and object-oriented models; expanded coverage of transactions, concurrency control, and recovery; and a revised chapter on advanced data models that includes nested relational models, structural models and binary models.
Author: Toby J. Teorey,Sam S. Lightstone,Tom Nadeau,H.V. Jagadish
Database Modeling and Design, Fourth Edition, the extensively revised edition of the classic logical database design reference, explains how you can model and design your database application in consideration of new technology or new business needs. It is an ideal text for a stand-alone data management course focused on logical database design, or a supplement to an introductory text for introductory database management. This book features clear explanations, lots of terrific examples and an illustrative case, and practical advice, with design rules that are applicable to any SQL-based system. The common examples are based on real-life experiences and have been thoroughly class-tested. The text takes a detailed look at the Unified Modeling Language (UML-2) as well as the entity-relationship (ER) approach for data requirements specification and conceptual modeling - complemented with examples for both approaches. It also discusses the use of data modeling concepts in logical database design; the transformation of the conceptual model to the relational model and to SQL syntax; the fundamentals of database normalization through the fifth normal form; and the major issues in business intelligence such as data warehousing, OLAP for decision support systems, and data mining. There are examples for how to use the most popular CASE tools to handle complex data modeling problems, along with exercises that test understanding of all material, plus solutions for many exercises. Lecture notes and a solutions manual are also available. This edition will appeal to professional data modelers and database design professionals, including database application designers, and database administrators (DBAs); new/novice data management professionals, such as those working on object oriented database design; and students in second courses in database focusing on design. + a detailed look at the Unified Modeling Language (UML-2) as well as the entity-relationship (ER) approach for data requirements specification and conceptual modeling--with examples throughout the book in both approaches! + the details and examples of how to use data modeling concepts in logical database design, and the transformation of the conceptual model to the relational model and to SQL syntax; + the fundamentals of database normalization through the fifth normal form; + practical coverage of the major issues in business intelligence--data warehousing, OLAP for decision support systems, and data mining; + examples for how to use the most popular CASE tools to handle complex data modeling problems. + Exercises that test understanding of all material, plus solutions for many exercises.
Author: Jan L. Harrington
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann
Fully revised, updated, and expanded, Relational Database Design and Implementation, Third Edition is the most lucid and effective introduction to the subject available for IT/IS professionals interested in honing their skills in database design, implementation, and administration. This book provides the conceptual and practical information necessary to develop a design and management scheme that ensures data accuracy and user satisfaction while optimizing performance, regardless of experience level or choice of DBMS. The book begins by reviewing basic concepts of databases and database design, then briefly reviews the SQL one would use to create databases. Topics such as the relational data model, normalization, data entities and Codd's Rules (and why they are important) are covered clearly and concisely but without resorting to "Dummies"-style talking down to the reader. Supporting the book's step-by-step instruction are three NEW case studies illustrating database planning, analysis, design, and management practices. In addition to these real-world examples, which include object-relational design techniques, an entirely NEW section consisting of three chapters is devoted to database implementation and management issues. * Principles needed to understand the basis of good relational database design and implementation practices. * Examples to illustrate core concepts for enhanced comprehension and to put the book's practical instruction to work. * Methods for tailoring DB design to the environment in which the database will run and the uses to which it will be put. * Design approaches that ensure data accuracy and consistency. * Examples of how design can inhibit or boost database application performance. * Object-relational design techniques, benefits, and examples. * Instructions on how to choose and use a normalization technique. * Guidelines for understanding and applying Codd's rules. * Tools to implement a relational design using SQL. * Techniques for using CASE tools for database design.
Author: Sharon Lee Allen,Evan Terry
*Immediately accessible to anyone who must design a relational data model—regardless of prior experience *Concise, straightforward explanations to a usually complex/ jargon-rich discipline *Examples are based on extensive author experience modeling for real business systems
Foundations of Database Technology
Author: Bernhard Thalheim
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This book is a comprehensive presentation of entity-relationship (ER) modeling with regard to an integrated development and modeling of database applications. It comprehensively surveys the achievements of research in this field and deals with the ER model and its extensions. In addition, the book presents techniques for the translation of the ER model into classical database models and languages, such as relational, hierarchical, and network models and languages, as well as into object-oriented models.
Author: Ramez Elmasri,Sham Navathe
Publisher: Addison Wesley
Fundamentals of Database Systems combines clear explanations of theory and design, broad coverage of models and real systems, and excellent examples with up-to-date introductions to modern database technologies. This edition is completely revised and updated, and reflects the latest trends in technological and application development. Professors Elmasri and Navathe focus on the relational model and include coverage of recent object-oriented developments. They also address advanced modeling and system enhancements in the areas of active databases, temporal and spatial databases, and multimedia information systems. This edition also surveys the latest application areas of data warehousing, data mining, web databases, digital libraries, GIS, and genome databases. New to the Third Edition *Reorganized material on data modeling to clearly separate entity relationship modeling, extended entity relationship modeling, and object-oriented modeling *Expanded coverage of the object-oriented and object/relational approach to data management, including ODMG and SQL3 * Uses examples from real database systems including OracleTM and Microsoft AccessAE * Includes discussion of decision support app
Author: Lynn Beighley
Publisher: O'Reilly Germany
Ihre Daten erdrücken Sie? Ihre Tabellen verheddern sich regelmäßig? Wir haben ein Mittel, wie Sie Ihre Datenbanken in den Griff bekommen: SQL von Kopf bis Fuß nimmt Sie mit auf eine Reise durch die SQL-Welt, es geleitet Sie von einfachen INSERT-Anweisungen und SELECT-Abfragen zu knallharten Datenbank-Manipulationen mit Indizes, Joins und Transaktionen. Erwarten Sie dennoch Spaß, gehen Sie davon aus, etwas zu lernen, und machen Sie sich darauf gefasst, dass Sie Ihre Daten wie ein Profi abfragen, normalisieren und verknüpfen werden, noch bevor Sie dieses Buch ausgelesen haben. SQL von Kopf bis Fuß ist in einem visuell abwechslungsreichen Format gestaltet, das sich an den neuesten Forschungsergebnissen aus Kognitionswissenschaft und Lerntheorie orientiert und Ihnen das Lernen so einfach wie möglich machen soll. Das Buch bietet Ihnen ein unterhaltsames Lernerlebnis und spielt Ihnen SQL direkt ins Hirn - und zwar so, dass es sitzt.
Author: Allen G. Taylor
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Datenbanken sind das beste Werkzeug, um wichtige Informationen im Auge zu behalten. Mit SQL k?nnen die vorhandenen Daten strukturiert und zielsicher abgefragt werden. In "SQL f?r Dummies" macht Allen G. Taylor die Leser mit der Abfragesprache SQL und dem aktuellen Standard SQL:2011 verst?ndlich und humorvoll vertraut. Er beginnt mit dem notwendigen Grundlagenwissen f?r den Aufbau eines Datenbankmanagementsystems und den SQL-Hauptkomponenten, zeigt auf, wie man die Daten erstellt, ordnet und abfragt und SQL-Anweisungen in Programme einbindet. Zudem erkl?rt er, wie SQL mit XML verkn?pft werden kann, um Websites mit einer Datenbank zu verbinden. Au?erdem gibt es jede Menge Profi-Informationen, wie man zum Beispiel Datenbanken und Daten sch?tzen kann und Fehler lokalisiert und behebt.
Author: Philip J. Pratt,Joseph J. Adamski
Publisher: Course Technology Ptr
Offering a comprehensive introduction to database concepts, with a focus on the relational model of database management. A hands-on database management approach, includes advanced topics such as object-oriented (OO), databases, data warehouses, and client server systems.
Relational, Entity-Relationship, SQL, DB and Ui Programming
Author: Pedro Nuno Furtado
Publisher: Pedro Furtado
The last years have seen exciting developments in the areas of Databases. When you book some travel, use ATM machines, buy something, pick some packet that arrived by mail, go to the bank, search for an apartment or use the web, data management is always present in the backstage. This is a textbook on databases and development of data applications. It teaches the foundations of the relational and entity-relationship models, SQL and database design. It also teaches how to design and develop applications using some programming language. But, most importantly, all concepts are extensively illustrated with examples, exercises, solutions and solving steps. This textbooks is very suitable for use in undergrad or grad courses.
a practitioner's guide
Author: Charles J. Wertz
Relational Database Design covers practical and theoretical aspects of database and systems design. Interrelated topics are presented, including a review of basic systems and database concepts, design methodologies, the relational data model and relational database management, normalization, entity relationship modelling, considerations for collecting information during a design study, physical design issues, distributed systems, and the elements of a database design methodology. The book provides plenty of examples, including an entire chapter that acts as an extended example. The author has taken care to deal with standard SQL and avoids ties to specific releases of specific products.Relational Database Design is an excellent volume for database programmers and designers, MIS managers, and anyone interested in a solid introduction to relational database design.
Author: Marko Gargenta
Publisher: O'Reilly Germany
Sie wollen Apps für Android-Geräte entwickeln? Mit diesem Buch machen Sie sich zügig die entscheidenden Grundlagen zu eigen. Eine kompakte Orientierungshilfe für objektorientierte Programmierer Sie beherrschen Java oder eine ähnliche Programmiersprache? Dann brauchen Sie nur noch einen Überblick über die Android-Architektur, das Application-Framework, die Bibliotheken sowie die Verteilung der Application Package-(APK)-Dateien, um richtig loslegen zu können. Richten Sie sich Ihre Entwicklungsumgebung ein und beginnen Sie mit den ersten einfachen Programmen. Eine systematische Vorstellung der wichtigen Bausteine komplexer Apps Es ist immer besser, von Anfang an den konzeptionellen Überblick über das große Ganze zu bewahren und das Zusammenspiel der verschiedenen Elemente wie Activities, Intents, Services etc. zu koordinieren. Lernen Sie außerdem die Android Interface Definition Language (AIDL) und das Native Development Kit (NDK) kennen. Ein realistisches Projekt, das Schritt für Schritt wächst Im Lauf des Buchs entwickeln Sie eine Twitter-ähnliche Anwendung, der Sie in jedem Kapitel neue Features hinzufügen. Parallel dazu bestücken Sie Ihren eigenen Werkzeugkasten mit Codemustern, die Sie bei allen möglichen Arten von Android-Apps sicher immer wieder brauchen können.
Systems Analysis, Design and Development Issues
Author: T. A. Halpin
Publisher: IGI Global
UML is a large and complex language, with many features in need of refinement or clarification, and there are different views about how to use UML to build systems. This book sheds light on such issues, by illustrating how UML can be used successfully in practice as well as identifying various problematic aspects of UML and suggesting possible solutions.