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This course addresses Database Fundamentals in Computer Science Engineering.
Computer Science Curricula 2013 ACM. Knowledge Management: Information Management (IM).
- Introduction to DBMS concepts
- Data modeling and database design
- Relational database design
- Query languages
- Storage and indexing
- Query processing
- Transaction processing
Encouraging group collaboration to promote interaction. Tutor supervise and supports student collaboration in positive ways.
- Compare and contrast appropriate data models, including internal structures, for different types of data. [Assessment].
- Describe concepts in modeling notation (e.g., Entity-Relation Diagrams or UML) and how they would be used. [Familiarity].
- Describe the basic principles of the relational data model. [Familiarity].
- Apply the modeling concepts and notation of the relational data model. [Usage].
- Mapping conceptual schema to a relational schema
- Relational Database design.
Students are assessed based on written homework, programming works, and midterm and final exams. The projects involve a large-scale relational database design using a commercial DBMS such as PostgreSQL and MariaDB.
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