Graduate Computer Science

CS G102: Database Management (not open to MS students in CS for credit)

Considers the concepts and structures necessary to design and implement a database application. Introduces database concepts, and database modeling. Emphasizes the relational model, but older models such as the hierarchical and network models as well as the newer object-oriented model may be discussed. Topics include data definition and manipulation languages, design theory for relational models, and an introduction to access methods, query optimization, integrity, security, recovery, and concurrency in database systems.
Prerequisites:
Knowledge of UNIX system or permission of instructor
Credit hours: 4
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