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Phases of Database Design
Data Requirements Specification of requirements and results Conceptual Design Conceptual Schema Logical Design Logical Schema Physical Design Physical Schema
design begins with the collection of requirements and results needed from the database (ER Diag.) Logical schema is a description of the structure of the database (Relational, Network, etc.) Physical schema is a description of the implementation (programs, tables, dictionaries, catalogs
Models A data model is a collection of objects that can be used to represent a set of data and operations to manipulate the data Conceptual models are tools for representing reality at a very high-level of abstraction Logical models are data descriptions that can be processed by computers 3 .
Courses are entities of a University database Relationships represent interactions between two or more entities N 1 Lives_In Person Is_Born_In N 1 City 4 . Person. Projects. Students.Conceptual model: Entity-Relationship Diagrams Entities represent classes of real-world objects.
EMPLOYEE SSN Name Salary N N WORKS_ON PROJECT Name Code 5 .Example: Every employee works in at least one project Every project has employees working on it.
Higher-Order Relationships A relationship may involve more than two entities Course Meets Classroom Day 6 .
Recursive relationships Relationships could be mapped from one entity to itself Manager_Of 1 Employee N Manages Subordinate_To 7 .
Attributes Attributes represent elementary properties of the entities or relationships. The stored data will be kept as values of the attributes Lives_In N 1 PERSON Ssn Name Profession Moving_Date Birth_Date CITY Name Country Elevation Population 1 Is_Born_In N 8 .
Generalizations • An entity could be seen from many different viewpoints • Each viewpoint defines a set of roles in a generalization • Example below uses SEX to classify the object “Person” PERSON Ssn Name Address MAN Draft_Status FEMALE Maiden_Name 9 .
Generalizations A classification could be disjoint or overlapping An entity could have more than one classification PERSON Ssn Name Address SEX JOB MAN Draft_Status FEMALE Maiden_Name Full_Time Annual_Salary Department Part_Time Hour_Rate Weekly_Hours 10 .
Example: Department Store A 1/2 department store operates in several cities In a city there is one headquarter coordinating the local operations A city may have several stores Stores hold any amount of items Customers place their orders for any number of items to a given store GOAL: Optimize shopping in each city 11 .
Example: Department Store STORES Store ID Address Manager ID N 1 LOCATED IN CITIES City Name State HeadQtr Address 2/2 N N CUSTOMER Customer Name Address Phone Number HOLD Qty Held IN-CITIES Qty_in_cities N N 1 ITEMS Item ID Description Size Color N ITEMS ORDERED Qty Ordered N ORDERS Order Number Order Date N PLACE 12 .
need an End/Start date 13 .Example: University Database Professors work for only one department Departments have many professors Each course is taught by only one professor Students make a plan or program of study A course could meet in several rooms/times Graduate students must have an advisor Cities are categorized as resident/BirthPlace Visiting prof.
University Database CITY Name State N RESIDENT N N 1 N BIRTH_PLACE PERSON LastName Age DEPARTMENT Name Phone 1 Belongs_To STUDENT PROFESSOR TenureStatus Title N N 1 VISITING_ PROFESSOR Start_Appointment End_Appointment ENROLLED Semester Grade PLANNED Semester GRADUATE_STUDENT N ADVISED_BY N N COURSE Title Description Credits 1 TIME Day Hour N MEETS N ROOM RoomNumber Building N TAUGHT_BY Semester 1 University database 14 .
Soccer Database A team has players. one coach. fans Teams play according to a schedule Teams need to practice in a Stadium Attendance and scores must be recorded 15 .
Soccer Database PERSON Ssn Name Address FAN Name Address Favorite Bar N SUPPORTS PLAYER Uniform_Size Shoe_Size N PLAYS _FOR 1 TEAM Name Location Phone COACH Personal Record Years Experience 1 MANAGES N 1 N N PRACTICES PLAY_ AGAINST N N ATTENDS N N GAME Number Attendance Final Score Date N TAKES PLACE AT 1 STADIUM Name Address Capacity 16 .
Research Project Database Some employees are researchers Every project has a leader investigator Every project must be funded by an agency A project may include several topics A topic could appear in several projects Researchers must produce report(s) Each employee must have a supervisor 17 .
Research Projects Database RESEARCH REPORT Number Title 1 N ADDRESSES N N PRODUCES N RESEARCH PROJECT Name Code PRINCIPAL 1 INVESTIGATOR EMPLOYEE SSN Name Title SUPERVISE S N RESEARCH TOPIC Code Name N ON N N 1 N FUNDED_BY Amount Date Grant# N AGENCY Name Address Contact Person N WORKS _ON N 18 .
Contract-Supplies System A 1/3 company negotiates contracts with suppliers to provide certain amount of items at a fixed price Orders are placed against any of the already negotiated contracts A contract could provide items to any number of orders 19 .
Contract-Supplies System An 2/3 order may include any number of items negotiated in the contract Orders should not exceed the maximum amount of items quoted in the contract All items in an order must be provided as part of a single contract and a single project 20 .
Contract-Supplies System SUPPLIERS Supplier Number Name Address 1 3/3 NEGOTIATE Date of Contract PROJECTS Project Number Project Data N 1 CONTRACTS Contract Number Text 1 SUPPLIED AS NEEDED BY N N TO SUPPLY Contract Price Contract Amount N ORDERS Order Number Date Required Date Completed N ITEMS Item Number Description N MADE OF Order QTY N 21 .
Manufacturing: Requisitions Projects 1/3 are broken into tasks Tasks are assigned to departments A task is created for one project and assigned to one department Requisitions are made for projects Each requisition could ask for any number of items 22 .
Manufacturing: Requisitions Each 2/3 requisition is for one project and is made to one supplier Items could be: equipment or materials and are coded in a similar way Suppliers send periodic price notices to advise the company of any changes in their prices 23 .
Manufacturing: Requisitions PROJECTS Project Number Project Data 1 REQUESTS 1 MADE OF N TASKS Task Number Task Data 1 FOR N SUPPLIERS Supplier Number Supplier Data 1 SENDS 3/3 N REQUISITION Item Number Qty Requested N 1 FROM N CONTAINS N ITEMS Item Number Item Data 1 N N PRICE ADVICE Price Effective Date CHANGES EQUIPMENT ITEM Code Description MATERIAL ITEM Code Description Weight Container 24 .
Job-Shop Accounting System The 1/4 system is used by a company that manufactures special-purpose assemblies for customers To manufacture assemblies the company creates a sequence of processes (steps) Each process is supervised by a department Assume there are three type of processes: PAINT. FIT. CUT 25 .
Costs and started-terminated dates must be recorded 26 .Job-Shop Accounting System During 2/4 manufacturing an assembly could pass through any sequence of processes. in any order. it may pass through the same process more than once A unique Job# is given to any new assembly.
ASSEMBLY As a job proceeds.Job-Shop Accounting System An 3/4 accounting system is used to keep track expenditure for each: DEPT. 27 . cost transactions can be recorded against it. PROCESS.
Job-Shop Accounting System CUSTOMER S Customer ID Address A1 ORDERS ASSEMBLY ACCOUNTS Account 1 Details DEPT ACCOUNTS Account 2 Details ACCOUNTS Account ID Date Established 4/4 T1 TRANSACTIONS T2 PROCESS ACCOUNTS Account 3 Details ASSEMBLIE S Assembly ID Date Ordered Details ACTIVITY MADE AS A2 T3 DEPARTMENT S Dept Number Dept Data JOBS Job Number Starting Date Ending Date Total Cost CUT JOBS Cut Job ID Machine type used Material used Laor time PAINT JOBS Paint Job ID Color Volume Labor time USED IN USES PROCESSES Process ID Process Data A3 FIT JOBS Fit Job ID Labor time PAINT PROC Paint Proc ID Paint Method FIT PROC Fit Proc ID Fit Type CUT PROC Cut Proc ID Cuttong Type Machine Type 28 .
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