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15-415 Database Applications
This course covers the fundamental topics for Database Management Systems: Database System Architectural Principles (ACID properties; data abstraction; external, conceptual, and internal schemata; data independence; data definition and data manipulation languages), Data models (entity-relationship and relational data models; data structures, integrity constraints, and operations for each data model; relational query languages: SQL, algebra, calculus), Theory of database design (functional dependencies; normal forms; dependency preservation; information loss), Query Optimization (equivalence of expressions, algebraic manipulation; optimization of selections and joins), Storage Strategies (indices, B-trees, hashing), Query Processing (execution of sort, join, and aggregation operators), and Transaction Processing (recovery and concurrency control).
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|1 ||1:30 - 2:50 pm ||T || Olston ||HH B103 || |
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|A ||9:30 - 10:20 am ||W || Instructor TBA ||SH 220 || |
|B ||10:30 - 11:20 am ||W || Instructor TBA ||SH 220 || |
|C ||11:30 am - 12:20 pm ||W || Instructor TBA ||SH 220 || |
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