| About The Book Database Management Systems
This revised and updated book, now in its Second Edition, continues to provide excellent coverage of the basic concepts involved in database management systems. It provides a thorough treatment of some important topics such as data structure, data models and database design through presentation of well-defined algorithms, examples and real-life cases. There is also detailed coverage of data definition and data manipulation parts of IMS and PC-FOCUSthe two popular database management systemsto access and manipulate hierarchical database, besides IDMS (Network) and Interactive SQL (Relational) database languages, using suitable programs based on case studies.
What is new to this edition
Includes five new chapters, namely, Distributed Database Management System, Client/Server Systems, Data Warehousing, Data Mining, and Object Oriented Database Management System (OODBMS) to cover the modern concepts of DBMS.
Provides a new section on cryptography for network security.
The textbook is primarily designed for the postgraduate students of management, computer science and information technology. It should also serve as a useful text for B.E./B.Tech. students in computer science engineering and software engineering. Besides students, this book will also be useful for computer professionals engaged in design, operation and maintenance of database.
Table of Contents:
|Preface Preface to the First Edition|
2. DATABASE CONCEPTS
3. DATA STRUCTURE
4. DATA MODELS
5. DATABASE DESIGN
6. IMPLEMENTATION DESIGN
7. HIERARCHICAL DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
8. NETWORK DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
9. RELATIONAL DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
10. DISTRIBUTED DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
11. CLIENT/SERVER SYSTEMS
12. DATA WAREHOUSING
13. DATA MINING
14. OBJECT ORIENTED DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (OODBMS)
15. DATABASE OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE