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Course No CSE301
Cours Title DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
Course Planner 12427 :: Harjeet Kaur
Lectures Tutorial Practical Credits 4 0 0 4
1 Korth, & S. SudarshanA. Silverschatz,Title: Database System Concepts, Publishers: Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, edition 5th.
Other Specific Book:
2 Elmasri & Navathe, Fundamentals of database systems, Addison & Weisely, New Delhi 3 Peter Rob, Carlos Coronel, Database systems : Design implementation and managwement 4 C.J. Date, Database Systems, Prentice hall of india, New Delhi 5 Val Occardi, Relational Database: Theory & Practice, BPB Publication, New Delhi. 6 Ivan Bayross, SQL, PL/SQL the Programming Language of Oracle, BPB Publications 7 Martin Gruber, Understanding SQL, BPB Publication, New Delhi. 8 S.K. Singh, Database System Concepts,Design,application,Pearson education
Other Reading Sr No Jouranls atricles as compulsary readings (specific articles, Complete reference) 9 http://resources.mha.dk/FileLib/dbsql/Brief_Introduction_to_Relational_DBs.pdf 10 http://www.databasejournal.com/ 11 http://www.informatik.uni-trier.de/~ley/db/journals/jdm/jdm21.html Relevant Websites 1 Approved for Autumn Session 2011-12
2 11. Conceptual data modelling using E-R data model.3-1. 7. Database System Structure.html details about basic and ER diagram Detailed Plan For Lectures Week Number Lecture Number Lecture Topic Chapters/Sections of Pedagogical tool Textbook/other Demonstration/case reference study/images/anmatio n ctc. Instances & Schemas.6 11.2 Lecture slides ->Reference :1. Complex Queries ->Reference :1. DML.9 Lecture slides.1-4. ->Reference :1.6generalization. live demo in class ->Reference :1.3 Lecture slides.Sr.101/b1073 details about distributed database 9/ds_concepts. (Web adress) (only if relevant to the courses) Salient Features 12 http://stanford. live demo in class ->Reference :1. ->Reference :1.1-3.12 ->Reference :1. DDL.7. No.grussell. relational model integrity rules.6.. planned Part 1 Week 1 Lecture 1 Lecture 2 Lecture 3 Lecture 4 Week 2 Lecture 5 Lecture 6 Lecture 7 Lecture 8 Week 3 Lecture 9 Lecture 10 Lecture 11 Lecture 12 Week 4 Lecture 13 Introduction: Database system applications & Purpose.6.1 184.108.40.206.2 ->Reference :1.11. DCL.4. relationships.6 Lecture slides of Relational Databases. ->Reference :1. Indexing and Hashing.3.7 Relational Model & Relational Databases: Structure ->Reference :1. Data Models: Concept & its types. comparison with File Mgt. live demo in class 2 Approved for Autumn Session 2011-12 . Nested Queries.2.1 11. Domain relational calculus. Joins.1 Lecture slides Lecture slides Lecture slides Tuple relational calculus. SQL: Basic Structure. Aggregate functions. specifying constraints.edu/dept/itss/docs/oracle/10g/server. Views.7 Lecture slides. Database Users & Administrator. Data Independence. specialization. Def of relation. Set Operations.1-7. Architecture. System.8 ->Reference :1.8 Lecture slides ->Reference :1.org/section021. attributes. relational model operators.9 1.8 3.7.htm 13 http://db.1. keys. Relational Algebra.7 11.1-2.10 problems based on E-R data model having relations ->Reference :1.5 Lecture slides Lecture slides Lecture slides Database design: entities.
Integrity rules.Part 2 Week 4 Lecture 14 Lecture 15 Lecture 16 Week 5 Lecture 17 Lecture 18 Lecture 19 Lecture 20 Week 6 Lecture 21 Lecture 22 Lecture 23 Lecture 24 Week 7 Lecture 25 Lecture 26 Lecture 27 Lecture 28 PL/SQL – Language elements.14.8.7 Lecture slides ->Reference :220.127.116.11 ->Reference :1.4.1 ->Reference :1.5 Lecture slides. live demo in class Lecture slides.8.com ->Reference :1.3 ->Reference :1. Atomicity & durability Transaction Isolation Schedules.3 Lecture slides ->Reference :1.5 ->Reference :1.8.8. 5NF.6 ->Reference :1.14. equivalent schedules.5.114. live demo in class Lecture slides.6 ->Reference :1. live demo in class Lecture slides.1-8 Lecture slides MID-TERM Part 3 Week 8 Lecture 29 Lecture 30 Lecture 31 Lecture 32 Week 9 Lecture 33 Lecture 34 3 Transaction Management: Transaction concept & State ACID properties.5. conflict serializability problems based on serializability ->Reference :1.4 ->Reference :1.8. functional dependancy Closure (attribute. Authorization & Authentication Relational Database Design Significance of normalization 1NF.8. 2NF.1 Lecture slides.714.5. Serializability view serializability.4.14 Lecture slides Lecture slides Lecture slides Lecture slides Lecture slides Lecture slides Approved for Autumn Session 2011-12 .8. packages Cursors.4. PL/SQL – Control Statements subprograms. transitive dependancy 4NF.1 ->Reference :1.com Lecture slides.3 ->Reference :1.14. practicedbnorm. join dependancy problems based on database design Revision ->Reference :1.6 18.104.22.168 8. identifying candidate keys from functional dependancy finding minimal cover 3NF.2 ->Reference :1.com Lecture slides.3 ->Reference :1.4 ->Reference :1. BCNF. Multi valued dependancy.1 ->Reference :1.10 ->Reference :1. Triggers Integrity & Security: Constraints.2 8. live demo in class Lecture slides Lecture slides Lecture slides Lecture slides ->Reference :1. FD).14. practicedbnorm. practicedbnorm.8 ->Reference :1.
17.16. Case Study of Oracle Case Study of SQL Server revision ->Reference :1.15.3 Lecture slides Lecture slides Lecture slides Week 10 Lecture 37 Part 4 Week 10 Lecture 38 Lecture 39 Lecture 40 Week 11 Lecture 41 Lecture 42 Lecture 43 Lecture 44 Week 12 Lecture 45 Lecture 46 Lecture 47 Lecture 48 Deadlock Recovery: Recovery & Automicity Log based Recovery.19.3 ->Reference :1.117. & validation based Protocols Multiple granularity and intension mode locking ->Reference :1.116. tree protocol Time stamp based.4 ->Reference :1.4 ->Reference :1.5 ->Reference :1.4 ->Reference :22.214.171.124 Details of homework and case studies 4 Approved for Autumn Session 2011-12 .622.Week 9 Lecture 35 Lecture 36 Lock Based protocol.30 ->Reference :1.1 ->Reference :126.96.36.199 15.122.5 ->Reference :1.10 ->Reference :1.22.7 ->Reference :1.Internet ->Reference :1. Introduction to Object Oriented Databases Introduction to object relational Databases Introduction to Distributed Databases Distributed Databases Architecture & Design.22. Shadow Paging.15.2 ->Reference :1.119.28 ->Reference :1. Intro to Parallel databases.15.14-16 Lecture slides Lecture slides Lecture slides Lecture slides Lecture slides Lecture slides Lecture slides Lecture slides Spill Over Week 13 Lecture 49 Lecture 50 Discussion on latest RDBMS available in market Data warehousing and mining ->Reference :10.
student's efforts. Correctness of queries and logical approach in making PL/SQL code ER Model and SQL/ PL-SQL Individual 6/6 Test 2 Normalization and Concurrency control Individual Approach used in databade design. Objective Topic of the Homework Nature of homework (group/individuals/field work Evaluation Mode Allottment / submission Week 3 / 10 Design problem 1 To make student aware of how concepts of database are applied in real life Test 1 The prime objective of this test would be to judge student's capability of relational data modeling and his approach in solving PL-SQL and query based prolbems Main intension of this test is to involve student in designing databases and making correct schedules in concurrent environment Complete normalized database design along with security. Individual concurrency and recovery policies of any organization working on multi user client server environment Uniqueness of design. as explained in teacher's guide available on the UMS List of suggested topics for term paper[at least 15] (Student to spend about 15 hrs on any one specified term paper) 5 Approved for Autumn Session 2011-12 .Homework No.Test Frequency 2 Total :Out Of 3 Each Marks Total Marks 10 10 20 20 * In ENG courses wherever the total exceeds 100. knoeledge of producing serializable schedule 10 / 10 Scheme for CA:out of 100* Component Design problem. report making skills Level of ER Diagram presented. consider x best out of y components of CA. level of problem taken.
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