Principles of database systems by Jeffrey D Ullman

By Jeffrey D Ullman

The excellent remedy of the idea and normal rules suitable to database platforms, in addition to the various examples, routines, and bibliographic notes incorporated in each one bankruptcy, should still make this publication necessary for database classes and for working towards laptop scientists.

Show description

Read or Download Principles of database systems PDF

Similar data modeling & design books

Modular Ontologies: Concepts, Theories and Techniques for Knowledge Modularization

This ebook constitutes a set of analysis achievements mature adequate to supply a company and trustworthy foundation on modular ontologies. It provides the reader an in depth research of the cutting-edge of the examine region and discusses the new suggestions, theories and strategies for wisdom modularization.

Advances in Object-Oriented Data Modeling

Till lately, info structures were designed round varied enterprise capabilities, resembling bills payable and stock regulate. Object-oriented modeling, against this, buildings structures round the data--the objects--that make up many of the company capabilities. simply because information regarding a selected functionality is restricted to 1 place--to the object--the method is protected from the consequences of swap.

Introduction To Database Management System

Designed particularly for a unmarried semester, first direction on database platforms, there are four facets that differentiate our e-book from the remainder. simplicity - commonly, the expertise of database platforms could be very obscure. There are

Extra info for Principles of database systems

Sample text

An INTERNAL ORGANIZATION is an organization that is part of the enterprise for whom the data model is developed. 35 36 Chapter 2 Common Party Role Subtypes These subtypes are intended in order to provide a list of common subtypes used in most enterprises, and it should be understood that each enterprise may modify this list of subtypes to suit its own specific needs. Therefore, each PARTY ROLE may be described by one and only one PARTY ROLE TYPE. The PARTY ROLE TYPE is a subtype of ROLE TYPE that has a description attribute that stores available values of role types.

The intersection entity PARTY CONTACT MECHANISM shows which contact mechanisms are related to which parties. The CONTACT MECHANISM TYPE entity maintains allowable values for different types of contact mechanisms, for example, "phone," "mobile phone," "fax number," "e-mail address," and so on. CONTACT MECHANISMS are subtyped to include TELECOMMUNICATIONS NUMBER and ELECTRONIC ADDRESS. TELECOMMUNICATIONS NUMBER includes any access via telecommunications lines such as phones, faxes, modems, pagers, and cellular numbers.

If there is no Vx in front of the reference, then the reader may assume that the figure is in the current volume. The Companion CD-ROM This book and its appendices provide very detailed descriptions of the models discussed. The diagrams lay out all the relationships, the mandatory attributes and columns, the primary keys, and they even include some optional attributes. The appendices include the physical details for the attributes and columns, such as the datatype and size. With this information, it would be possible for a data modeler or database designer to recreate these models in the tool of his or her choice or write the SQL code to build them in a database.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.42 of 5 – based on 15 votes