Database Management Systems, known for its practical emphasis and comprehensive coverage has quickly become one of the leading texts for database courses. The third edition features new material on database application development, with a focus on Internet applications. The hands- on approach introduces students to current standards, including JDBC, XML, and 3-tier application architectures. A new, flexible organization allows instructors to teach either an applications- oriented course or an introductory systems-oriented course. The revised "part" organization with new overview chapters makes it easy to select the chapters you need; in-depth chapters within each past can be optional.
This very current new edition also features pedagogical improvements (e.g., chapter objectives, review questions) and updated and extended discussions of data mining, database tuning wizards, decision support, information retrieval, Internet security, object-oriented databases, transaction processing, and XML data management. The coverage has been revised and expanded throughout to reflect the new SQL: 1999 standard.
The new website (www.mhhe.comframakrishnan) includes extensive instructor resources:
- Exercise solutions
- Lecture slides in PowerPoint, Postscript, and PDF formats
- Notes on setting up and using Oracle. DB2, and SQL Server
- Online solutions and sample databases for all SQL exercises
- Programming exercises and solutions for database application development
- New online instructor's guide with chapter summaries and teaching tips
- Online chapter on QBE; online end-to-end Case Study
Raghu Ramakrishnan is Professor of Computer Science at the University of Wisdom Madison, and a founder and CIO of QUIQ. He is a Fellow of the ACM. Johannes Gehrke Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Cornell University.
|Book Full Name||Database Management Systems|
|Author Name||Raghu Ramakrishnan and Johannes Gehrke|
|Publisher||Tata McGraw- Hill|
|Category||VTU-PRESCRIBED BU - PRESCRIBED|