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Database Management System
Lecture No. 01
Reading Material
Overview of Lecture
Introduction to the course
Database definitions:
Importance of the Databases
Databases and Traditional File Processing Systems
Advantages of Databases
Lecture No. 02
Difference between Data and Information
Further Advantages of Database Systems:
Cost Involved:
Importance of Data
Levels of Data
Users of Database Systems:
Lecture No. 03
Database Architecture:
The Architecture:
External View (Level, Schema or Model):
Conceptual or Logical View:
Lecture No. 04
Internal or Physical View / Schema
Data Independence:
Functions of DBMS
Lecture No. 05
Database Development Process
Preliminary Study:
Database Development Process: Approach 2
Tools Used for Database System Development:
Data Flow Diagrams:
Types of DFD
Lecture No. 06
Detailed Data Flow Diagram:
Data Dictionary
Database Design Phase
Data Model
Types of Data Models
Types of Database Design
Lecture No. 07
Entity-Relationship Data Model
The Entity
Classification of entity types
Attribute
Types of Attributes
Summary:
Exercises:
Lecture No. 08
Attributes
The Keys
Lecture No. 09
Relationships
Types of Relationships
Lecture No. 10
Inheritance Is
Super types and Subtypes
Specifying Constraints
Completeness Constraint
Disjointness Constraint
Subtype Discriminator
Lecture No. 12
Steps in the Study of system
Lecture No. 13
Identification of Entity Types of the Examination System
Relationships and Cardinalities in between Entities
Conceptual Database Design
Logical Database Design
Conclusion
Lecture No. 14
Relational Data Model
Introduction to the Relational Data model
Mathematical Relations
Database Relations
Summary
Exercise:
Lecture No. 15
Database and Math Relations
Degree of a Relation
Lecture No. 16
Overview of Lecture:
Mapping Relationships
Binary Relationships
Unary Relationship
Data Manipulation Languages
Relational Algebra
Lecture No. 17
The Project Operator
Lecture No. 18
Types of Joins
Theta Join:
Equi–Join:
Functional Dependency
Inference Rules
Normal Forms
Lecture No. 20
Second Normal Form
Third Normal Form
Boyce - Codd Normal Form
Higher Normal Forms
Lecture No. 21
Normalization Summary
Normalization Example
Physical Database Design
Lecture No. 22
The Physical Database Design Considerations and Implementation
DESIGNING FIELDS
CODING AND COMPRESSION TECHNIQUES:
Lecture No. 23
Physical Record and De-normalization
Partitioning
Physical Record and Denormalization
Denormalization Situation 1:
Denormalization Situation 2:
Denormalization Situation 3:
Lecture No. 24
Vertical Partitioning
Replication
Reduced training cost
MS SQL Server
Lecture No. 25
Rules of SQL Format
Data Types in SQL Server
Lecture No. 26
Categories of SQL Commands
Lecture No. 27
Alter Table Statement
Lecture No. 28
Select Statement
Attribute Allias
Lecture No. 29
Data Manipulation Language
Lecture No. 30
ORDER BY Clause
Functions in SQL
GROUP BY Clause
HAVING Clause
Cartesian Product
Cartesian product:
Lecture No. 31
Inner Join
Outer Join
Semi Join
Self Join
Subquery
Lecture No. 32
Application Programs
User Interface
Forms
Tips for User Friendly Interface
Lecture No. 33
Lecture No. 34
Lecture No. 35
File Organizations
Lecture No. 36
Hashing
Hash Functions
Hashed Access Characteristics
Mapping functions
Open addressing:
Lecture No. 37
Index
Index Classification
Lecture No. 38
Non-clustered Indexes
Dense and Sparse Indices
Multi-Level Indices
Characteristics /Types of Views:
Characteristics of Views
Lecture No. 41
Updating Multiple Tables
Materialized Views
Transaction Management
Lecture No. 42
The Concept of a Transaction
Transactions and Schedules
Concurrent Execution of Transactions
Serializability
Lock-Based Concurrency Control
Deadlocks
Lecture No. 43
Incremental Log with Deferred Updates
Incremental Log with Immediate Updates
Concurrency Control
Lecture No. 44
Uncommitted Update Problem
Inconsistent Analysis
Serial Execution
Locking
Lecture No. 45
Locking Idea
DeadLock
DeadLock Handling
Wait – for Graph:
Deadlock Resolution
Timestamping rules
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