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Introduction to Databases

Bab 3: Memodelkan Data

Desain Database
Tiga bagian proses:
Conceptual design: Identifikasi kebutuhan stakeholder dan persyaratan data, Logical design:Mengidentifikasi jenis aplikasi database yang diperlukan; pemodelan data ( mengidentifikasi entitas, atribut, hubungan) Physical design: Implementasi; desain hardware secara fisik dan platform; instalasi dan konfigurasi server dan pembuatan database

Desain Database

Jenis Database
Mendukung transaksi bisnis

contoh, sales, Online Transaction Processing (OLTP)

Lingkungan client/server sederhana Concerns : Concurrency, throughput

Database Types
Decision support system (DSS)
Mendukung Keputusan Bisnis Types: Data warehouses, reporting databases, data marts Tujuan Utama:Pemanggilan dan Evaluasi Data Bulk loading used to add data Concerns: Access speeds, throughput

Mixture of transactional and DSS types

Modeling Goals
Design with understanding that:
All applications written for database are dependent on database structure If database is altered, applications may need to be altered or rewritten

Support business objectives Simple, easy-to-read, easy-tocomprehend structure Scalability

Business Rules
Business rules:
Processes and flows used in organizations daily work, including: Organizational policies Calculations and formulas Rules and regulations

Database systems should support business rules

Some rules may be better enforced by database design Others may be better handled through database application

Entity-Relationship (E-R) Modeling

Things to track in database

Physical objects (people or products) Conceptual entities (loan balances or interest rates)

Entity-Relationship (E-R) Modeling

Information tracked about entity Each entity has attributes For example:
Entity: Employees Attributes: Hire Date, Pay Rate, Social Security ID, Employee Number, Home Address

One attribute used as unique identifier or primary key

Entity-Relationship (E-R) Modeling

When one entity references information from another entity For example: Time Card entity must reference an Employee entity Time Card entity is referencing entity Employee entity is referenced entity Primary keys ensure referential integrity

Entity-Relationship (E-R) Modeling

Basic Database Objects

Tables: Store unique instances of entity
Columns (fields) represent attributes Rows (records) represent individual occurrences of that entity

Customized representations of table information

Basic Database Objects

Basic Database Objects

Organizes and sorts data Provides pointer to specific physical location of data on storage media May be:
Primary or secondary Clustered or nonclustered

Balanced-tree index (b-tree, or binary tree index):

Most common type of index in modern databases

B-Tree Index

Relationship Types
Three basic types:
Binary relationship: Relationship between two types of entities Unary relationship: Relationship with another occurrence within same entity Ternary relationship: Relationship directly involving three entity types

Relationship Types
Sets maximum number of entities in relationship One-to-one One-to-many Many-to-many

Sets minimum number of entities in relationship

Binary Relationships
Simplest type of relationship Majority of relationships in most relational databases are binary relationships Entity can have separate binary relationships with any number of other entities in database

Binary Relationships

Binary Relationships

Binary Relationships

Unary Relationships
Occurrences of an entity type are associated with other occurrences of same entity type
Relate data in a table to itself

For example:
Entity (table) Salesperson One salesperson may act as a backup or stand-in for another

Unary Relationships

Unary Relationships

Unary Relationships

Ternary Relationships
Involve three different entities Can be considered sets of binary relationships

Ternary Relationships

Many-to-Many Relationships
Help minimize wasted space and optimize performance Intersection data:
Data that is part of many-to-many relationship and associated with specific, unique instance of related entities

Associative entities:
Entity designed to associate key values from two entities in many-to-many relationship

Many-to-Many Relationships

Associative Entities

Creating Data Models

To create data model:
Identify entities Identify attributes for each entity Identify associations between entities

Modeling tools include:

Manual (pencil and paper) Generic draw program (e.g. Visio) Custom modeling program

Visio Database Diagrams

Example: General Hardware Company Wholesaler and distributor of various manufacturers tools and other hardware products Customers:
Hardware and home improvement stores, which in turn sell products at retail to individual consumers

Acts as middleman:
Buys goods from manufacturers and sells to retail stores

Example: General Hardware Company

Example: General Hardware Company

Contoh: Good Reading Bookstores

Chain of bookstores Needs to track data for:
Books Publishers Authors Customers

Contoh: Good Reading Bookstores

Proses Desain Database: Conceptual, logical dan design Jenis-jenis database: Transactional, decision support (DSS) dan hybrid Tujuan Modeling Data: membuat model database yang strukturnya baik yang sederhana, mudah untuk dibaca dan dipahami serta terukur Obyek Database: Tabel dan indeks Tabel: Mendeskripsikan entiti; yang terdiri dari kolom (field) dan baris (record), dengan primary key digunakan sebagai identitas unik dari suatu record

Komponen yang menjadi kunci dari suatu Database relasional adalah: Entiti dan relationship Relationships mungkin berupa binary, unary, atau ternary, dan memiliki kardinalitas dan modalitas yang berbeda Relasionship Many-to-many mendukung persimpangan data dan asosiasi entiti dalam membuat model data, tahapnya yaitu 1. mengidentifikasi entiti, 2. mengidentifikasi atributnya, selanjutnya 3. mengidentifikasi hubungan antar entiti

Kata Kunci
Associative entity Balanced tree index Base object Binary relationship Binary tree index B-tree index Bulk loading Business rules Cardinality Clustered index Conceptual design Concurrency Database object Data diagram Data mart Data model Data warehouse Decision support system (DSS)

Kata Kunci
Entity-Relationship diagram (ERD) Entity-Relationship (E-R) modeling Field Hybrid database Identifier Index Intersection data Large object (LOB) data Leaf node Logical design Many-to-many (M-M) binary relationship Modality Node Nonclustered index Object-relation model (ORM) One-to-many (1-M) binary relationship

Kata Kunci
One-to-one (1-1) binary relationship Online transaction processing (OLTP) Physical design Primary index Primary key Record Referenced entity Referencing entity Referential integrity Reporting database Scalable Secondary index Stakeholder Ternary relationship Transactional database Throughput Unary relationship

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