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Database Management System By Arun Kumar
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Principle of Database management System, Introduction to database
Database Management System By Arun Kumar
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Principle of Database management System, Introduction to database
NexusDB Management Tools By Nexus Database Systems
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An overview and detailed description of the NexusDB Server, Enterprise Manager and Importer.
NexusDB Management Tools By Nexus Database Systems
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An overview and detailed description of the NexusDB Server, Enterprise Manager and Importer.
Relational Databases and Distributed Systems By Andreas Sofroniou
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A database is a logically organised collection of related data, generally accessed by a set of programs known as a Database Management System (DBMS), which oversees the creation and use of the... More > database and controls access to the data. The organisation of a database obviates the need to duplicate information to meet the various requirements of different groups of users, and ensures that the data always remains consistent. A large database requires extensive storage facilities. In some organisations and services, databases can be accessed over networks from microcomputers or as videotex. 'Relational' databases and hypertext techniques include extensive and complex cross-reference facilities so that information on related items may be retrieved. Many database programs have been designed to run on micro-computers. Some of these contain computer languages that enable users to change the operation of the database to suit their requirements.< Less
RELATIONAL DATABASES AND DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS By Andreas Sofroniou
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A database is a logically organised collection of related data, generally accessed by a set of programs known as a Database Management System (DBMS), which oversees the creation and use of the... More > database and controls access to the data. The organisation of a database obviates the need to duplicate information to meet the various requirements of different groups of users, and ensures that the data always remains consistent. A large database requires extensive storage facilities. In some organisations and services, databases can be accessed over networks from microcomputers or as videotex. 'Relational' databases and hypertext techniques include extensive and complex cross-reference facilities so that information on related items may be retrieved. Many database programs have been designed to run on micro-computers. Some of these contain computer languages that enable users to change the operation of the database to suit their requirements.< Less
Database fundamentals By Goran Bezanov
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In this textbook I cover topics relating to general database design and implementation with examples of typical solutions using Microsoft Access database. Briefly the contents are as follows. I... More > introduce database systems and describe functions that are typically supported by database management systems. A brief discussion of database types and design issues such as data dependence, redundancy and anomalies is also provided. For modelling I use Entity Relationship Diagrams (ERD) which suits relational databases. I use Microsoft Access database and provide enough information to enable the reader to begin using the database. Database design includes database normalisation and also the methods used in defining tables, attributes and relationships in database design. I also provide a brief overview of project management to include general aspects of planning and organising database projects. Here requirements specification is described in a general sense.< Less
Database Programming Using R By Agus Kurniawan
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RDBMS (Relational Database Management System) data is structured in database tables, fields and records. It's a great if we can combine R and RDMS as data storage. This book helps you how to get... More > started with Database programming using R. It uses MySQL, SQL Server and Oracle for database illustration. The following is highlight topics of the book: * Preparing Development Environment * R Configuration for Database Server * Database Table Operations (CRUD - Create, Read, Update, and Delete) * Stored Procedures * Working with Image and Binary Data * Transactions< Less
Business Database Triage By Frank Oberle
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Data Management is one of the few responsibilities of Information Technology for which a solid logical and mathematical foundation exists – inexplicably, IT groups generally seem to be unaware... More > of, or at least to largely ignore, this scientific foundation. Such design deficiencies represent a significant business risk, the author contends, since commonly used database structures severely limit the flexibility and extensibility of business software, impede enhancement efforts, and generally lead to what the author calls “System Constipation.” This book introduces “Database Triage” – the process of recognizing and classifying the often hidden symptoms and ills of business databases, and shows how to take the first steps toward mitigating them in real world conditions. Using an overview of IT’s history, the author also explains how and why business databases came to be as poorly designed and illogically constructed as he contends they are. See www.AntikytheraPubs.com for more details.< Less
Drug Management System By raghu srinivasa
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Drug Audition & Research Management is a system that practically concentrates on the associative standards of the Medical diagnosis and Research Developments environments.