Computing For Management by Veena Bansal
This concise yet accessible introduction to database technology is written for use in Database Management System courses, particularly for students of management.
In simple, straightforward terms the book provides reader-friendly explanations of the basic concepts which underpin the technology of Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS). A running example illustrates the core concepts involved-from analysis to implementation-in the design of a simple RDBMS project. The book also features adequate treatment of the database language SQL.
Students are also introduced to the fundamentals and use of the object-oriented methods of the Java programming language to write simple, web-enabled database applications. A number of programming examples are included to teach database access through the JDBC classes and Oracle server.
The book concludes with basic material on how to configure computers and networks for database interactions.
Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for MCA, Computer Science students.
Table of Contents:
1. Relational Database Management Systems.
2. Entity Relationship Model.
3. Relational Model.
4. Relational Database Design Using ER-to-Relational Mapping.
5. The SQL.
7. Control Structures.
9. Arrays, Characters, Strings and String Buffers.
10. Data Structures.
12. Database Revisited.
13. Computer Organization.