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Adaptive Index Selection in a Relational Database By Jay LaBonte
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Relational database management systems (RDBMS) are by far the most popular database systems today. Despite their known short-comings in non-traditional applications like engineering and image... More > processing, no clear alternatives have evolved despite substantial research. Thus RDBMS are likely to dominate the commercial arena for years to come, especially for business applications.< Less
Building Relational Databases Made Easy: Database Development For Ordinary People By M. Clinton Jones
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Relational Database Development Made Easy provides you with the building blocks for building any relational database from a paper–based design – it doesn't matter if your database design... More > has two or two hundred tables, this book tells you exactly what you have to do to build your database using Microsoft Access 2013. Many database books do little more than run you through the features of the particular package covered, but without quite getting around to telling you how to build a database. This book, however, lets you get on with building your database quietly and without fuss. The book shows how to progress from nothing but a paper–based design to a working relational database. As we jog through the worked examples, the concepts are explained in simple, jargon–free language, so that those who have never built a database before (i.e. the intended market for this book) can keep up without trouble.< Less
Database Design Made Easy: Effective Relational Database Design For Ordinary People By M. Clinton Jones
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Database Design Made Easy presents a revolutionary new method for designing your relational database. You don't need to know any theory - if you can draw how you want to enter your data into your... More > data entry screen, then you can design your relational database. A little-known nugget of truth is that your data entry screen tells you everything you need to know about the underlying relational design. The technique described in this book pulls you gently through the design process and it comes as something of a surprise to discover that you have designed your database without pain and almost without realising it. For anyone who has tried to get to grips with relational design and failed (i.e. the majority) this book and the technique described within will come as a welcome relief.< Less
Relational Database Design for Starters: Explained through a Case Study in Microsoft Access By Akmal Masood
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This book provides a practical guide to designing and building a database. Step by step instructions enable the reader to analyze a paper based system and design a relational database using Entity... More > Relationship Diagrams and Normalization. This book provides instructions on how to use the most useful features of Microsoft Access to complete the new working database. •Ideal as a text book for a beginner who wants to know the database design from concept to a working database explained in simple English •Ideal for an undergraduate level student taking a course in Database Management System, Information Systems, Systems Analysis or Database Design •Ideal for an IT Analyst, Systems Analyst or Systems Engineer •Ideal as a reference for experienced DBA to refresh basic concepts< Less
Synergies and Opportunities: Open Source and Commercial Vendors - A study of the relational database market. By Lukas Kahwe Smith
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This paper analyzes the influence of open source in the market for relational databases (RDBMS). It examines primarily the economic but also in parts the legal and social dimensions. In order to do... More > so, it first gives an introduction to the theory of informations goods and open source. Following is an overview of the RDBMS market and the SQL standards. The core of this paper is a series of case studies which illustrate how both individual developers but also companies are influenced in their abilities by open source. The paper also features a number of email interviews with members of several open source database projects. In this process it was discovered that open source can assist developer in their career development. Companies on the other hand profit from lowered transaction and development costs. Open source also assists in building markets for complimentary products or even to undermine core markets of competitors.< Less
Synergies and Opportunities: Open Source and Commercial Vendors - A study of the relational database market. By Lukas Kahwe Smith
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This paper analyzes the influence of open source in the market for relational databases (RDBMS). It examines primarily the economic but also in parts the legal and social dimensions. In order to do... More > so, it first gives an introduction to the theory of informations goods and open source. Following is an overview of the RDBMS market and the SQL standards. The core of this paper is a series of case studies which illustrate how both individual developers but also companies are influenced in their abilities by open source. The paper also features a number of email interviews with members of several open source database projects. In this process it was discovered that open source can assist developer in their career development. Companies on the other hand profit from lowered transaction and development costs. Open source also assists in building markets for complimentary products or even to undermine core markets of competitors.< Less
Synergies and Opportunities: Open Source and Commercial Vendors - a Study of the Relational Database Market. By Lukas Kahwe Smith
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This paper analyzes the influence of open source in the market for relational databases (RDBMS). It examines primarily the economic but also in parts the legal and social dimensions. In order to do... More > so, it first gives an introduction to the theory of informations goods and open source. Following is an overview of the RDBMS market and the SQL standards. The core of this paper is a series of case studies which illustrate how both individual developers but also companies are influenced in their abilities by open source. The paper also features a number of email interviews with members of several open source database projects. In this process it was discovered that open source can assist developer in their career development. Companies on the other hand profit from lowered transaction and development costs. Open source also assists in building markets for complimentary products or even to undermine core markets of competitors.< Less
A Sane Approach to Database Design By Mark Johansen
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Learn how to create an accurate, efficient, maintainable database that can be implemented on any modern platform. There's more to building databases than just knowing SQL. Database design is the art... More > of transforming real-world requirements into an information model that can be implemented with a relational database. Which particular database product you use is not important. The concepts are the same. This book presents a step-by-step guide to building a database. Topics include: Requirements gathering * Introduction to SQL * The model sequence * Entities, relationships, and attributes * Keys and indexes * Entity-Relationship Diagrams * Naming * Normalization * Implementation * Breaking the rules< Less
A Sane Approach to Database Design By Mark Johansen
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Learn how to create an accurate, efficient, maintainable database that can be implemented on any modern platform. There's more to building databases than just knowing SQL. Database design is the art... More > of transforming real-world requirements into an information model that can be implemented with a relational database. Which particular database product you use is not important. The concepts are the same. This book presents a step-by-step guide to building a database. Topics include: Requirements gathering * Introduction to SQL * The model sequence * Entities, relationships, and attributes * Keys and indexes * Entity-Relationship Diagrams * Naming * Normalization * Implementation * Breaking the rules< Less
A Sane Approach to Database Design By Mark Johansen
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Learn how to create an accurate, efficient, maintainable database that can be implemented on any modern platform. There's more to building databases than just knowing SQL. Database design is the art... More > of transforming real-world requirements into an information model that can be implemented with a relational database. Which particular database product you use is not important. The concepts are the same. This book presents a step-by-step guide to building a database. Topics include: Requirements gathering * Introduction to SQL * The model sequence * Entities, relationships, and attributes * Keys and indexes * Entity-Relationship Diagrams * Naming * Normalization * Implementation * Breaking the rules< Less