Fundamentals of database systems. An introductory approach to developing database applications; students learn to evaluate a business situation and then build and design a database application. The focus is from systems design to distribution and integration of the system through hands-on experience. Core theories and ideas of database management systems are also covered.
- Describe database application development cycle.
- Understand disk and file storage for data.
- Explain queries and constraints in SQL.
- Explain transaction management and concurrency control.
- Integrate business intelligence and data warehouses.
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