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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
Food Storage Database Manual By Eric Jones
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This manual accompanies the food Storage Database Program and provides you with everything you need to know about the program. Keep it as a ready-reference as you learn more about storing food more... More > effectively! To learn more about the Food Storage Database, visit: http://regneva.homeip.net:1111/eprep.asp< Less
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Web Ontology Reasoning with Logic Databases By Raphael Volz
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This book introduces reasoning with Web ontologies in logic databases. The book shows how the Semantic Web technology can be implemented with off-the-shelf open source databases. The book focuses... More > largely on the Web ontology language (OWL), an international standard that has been defined by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). The book provides a wealth of practical information and describes the implementation of the approach in the open source KAON framework. The book also has a wealth of information for the theoretically inclined, it introduces all involved logics such as the logic programming paradigm and description logics and it shows how those logics relate to each other.< Less
Web Ontology Reasoning with Logic Databases By Raphael Volz
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This book introduces reasoning with Web ontologies in logic databases. The book shows how the Semantic Web technology can be implemented with off-the-shelf open source databases. The book focuses... More > largely on the Web ontology language (OWL), an international standard that has been defined by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). The book provides a wealth of practical information and describes the implementation of the approach in the open source KAON framework. The book also has a wealth of information for the theoretically inclined, it introduces all involved logics such as the logic programming paradigm and description logics and it shows how those logics relate to each other.< Less
Learn Database Systems with Implementation and Examples By Imed Bouchrika
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The main motivation behind writing this book is to teach the basic concepts of database systems through concrete and practical knowledge and examples without too many wordy and useless pages. The... More > book is made deliberately concise and short covering the main aspects of databases that you have to master and gain either for industrial or academic purposes. The main chapters includes within this book are: Introduction to Databases, Database Design, SQL : Structured Query Language, SQL : Structured Query Language, SQL Transactions, Procedures & Triggers, Object Relational Databases, Databases & Java Programming, Solutions & Answers. The book website can be accessed at : http://www.LearnDB.com< Less
Relational Database Systems - Why and How By Ron Rogerson
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Half a century after they were first described, relational database systems remain by far the most popular choice for the storage of large datasets. The book describes the practical and theoretical... More > reasons why this is so, and goes on to show how to analyse a data requirement and use it to design and develop a database. Through a series of practical exercises, it teaches SQL using a freely downloadable database system (SAP SQL Anywhere™ for Windows 7 and above, MacOS 10.9 and above, and Linux) It is aimed principally at software engineers aiming to make a first move into SQL programming or database management, students of computing or computer science where an understanding of SQL/relational databases may be a prerequisite for the courses they are following or plan to follow, and technical managers needing a grasp of SQL/relational databases. The author taught the subject for more than two decades, as a course tutor for the UK Open University. He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.< Less
Database Programming Using Oracle 11g PL/SQL With Forms and Report Builder By M.J. Lantis
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This book describes how to use Oracle products to produce an end-user system. The back-end of the system is created first, using Oracle's PL/SQL capabilities. The front-end is then created using... More > Oracle's Fusion Middleware, Forms and Reports Builder. This is a text book for a second-level database course.< Less
Visual Basic.NET 2008 Database Basics By J. Burton Browning
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Modern Database Management 12th Edition By Emanuele Dasso
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This text is designed to be used with an introductory course in database management. Such a course is usually required as part of an information systems curriculum in business schools, computer... More > technology programs, and applied computer science departments. The Association for Information Systems (AIS), the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), and the International Federation of Information Processing Societies (IFIPS) curriculum guidelines (e.g., IS 2010) all outline this type of database management course. Previous editions of this text have been used successfully for more than 33 years at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as in management and professional development programs.< Less

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