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図書
R.P. Whittington
出版情報: Oxford : Clarendon Press , New York : Oxford University Press, 1988  xiv, 430 p. ; 22 cm
シリーズ名: Oxford applied mathematics and computing science series
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Database system concepts / Part I:
Information systems and databases / 1:
Introduction / 1.1.:
The database approach to information systems / 1.2.:
The pre-database approach / 1.2.1.:
The database approach / 1.2.2.:
Definitions / 1.3.:
Summary of the database approach / 1.4.:
Exercises / 1.5.:
A history of database technology / 2:
The first two generations / 2.1.:
The third generation / 2.3.:
The fourth generation / 2.4.:
The emergence of relational systems / 2.4.1.:
CODASYL's response / 2.4.2.:
The relational versus navigational debate / 2.4.3.:
Research directions / 2.4.4.:
Summary of historical trends / 2.5.:
Database management systems / 3:
The current database management system concept / 3.1.:
Classes of database management system user / 3.2.1.:
Summary of database management system facilities / 3.2.2.:
Database management system components and interfaces / 3.3.:
Levels of abstraction in database management systems / 3.4.:
Database management system data models / 3.5.:
Programming language interfaces / 3.6.:
Summary of interface types / 3.6.1.:
The need for programming language interfaces / 3.6.2.:
Mechanisms used / 3.6.3.:
Database system configurations / 3.7.:
Summary and exercises / 3.8.:
The relational model of databases / 4:
Structuring concept / 4.1.:
Relations in mathematics and in databases / 4.2.1.:
Attributes and domains / 4.2.2.:
Relational databases / 4.2.3.:
Relation keys / 4.2.4.:
Manipulation concept / 4.3.:
Traditional set operators / 4.3.1.:
New relational database operators / 4.3.2.:
Summary and application of the algebraic operators / 4.3.3.:
Relational calculus languages / 4.3.4.:
Relational update and intension operators / 4.3.5.:
Integrity concept / 4.4.:
Entity integrity / 4.4.1.:
Referential integrity / 4.4.2.:
Discussion / 4.5.:
SQL: a relational database language / 4.6.:
Background / 5.1.:
The basic mapping-block concept / 5.2.:
Built-in functions / 5.3.:
Completeness of the concept / 5.4.:
View definition / 5.5.:
Facilities for database update / 5.6.:
Adding records to a table / 5.6.1.:
Removing records from a table / 5.6.2.:
Modifying field values / 5.6.3.:
Update operators on views / 5.6.4.:
Database intension update: table definition / 5.6.5.:
Embedded SQL / 5.7.:
The navigational model of databases / 5.8.:
The general model in abstract / 6.1.:
Structuring notion / 6.2.1.:
Structural restrictions / 6.2.2.:
Manipulation notion / 6.2.3.:
Manipulative restrictions / 6.2.4.:
Integrity notion / 6.2.5.:
The proposals of the CODASYL DBTG / 6.3.:
DBMS implementation / 6.4.:
Database machines / 7.1.:
The database machine concept / 7.2.1.:
Search engines / 7.2.2.:
Database computers / 7.2.3.:
Database servers / 7.2.4.:
Transaction management / 7.2.5.:
The transaction concept / 7.3.1.:
Implementing transaction independence / 7.3.2.:
Implementing transaction atomicity and permanence / 7.3.3.:
Managing transactions in distributed database systems / 7.3.4.:
Internal database organization / 7.4.:
Background and terminology / 7.4.1.:
File organizations and access methods / 7.4.2.:
Primary organization types / 7.4.3.:
Secondary organizations / 7.4.4.:
Performance parameters / 7.4.5.:
Database system development / 7.4.6.:
Models of development / 8:
Models of database system development / 8.3.:
The multi-stage model / 8.3.1.:
The single-stage model / 8.3.2.:
A development model for database systems / 8.4.:
Supporting database system development / 8.5.:
Exercise / 8.6.:
Conceptual analysis / 9:
Objectives / 9.1.:
ERA analysis / 9.2.:
Entity types and subtypes / 9.2.1.:
Relationship types and roles / 9.2.2.:
Attributes of entity types / 9.2.3.:
Identification and identification dependence / 9.2.4.:
A pragmatic analysis method / 9.3.:
Verification of conceptual specifications / 9.4.:
Validation of conceptual specifications / 9.5.:
Example 1: a simple cinema guide / 9.6.:
Example 2: air-travel enquiry / 9.7.:
Dictionary structures / 9.8.:
Annexe: Dictionary entires for the air-travel example / 9.9.:
Logical design / 10:
Deriving a collection of database relations / 10.1.:
Verification of logical specifications / 10.3.:
Validation of logical specifications / 10.4.:
Normalization of relations / 10.4.1.:
Functional dependencies / 10.4.2:
Multi-valued dependence / 10.4.3:
Normal form definitions and examples / 10.4.4.:
Prototyping / 10.4.5.:
Example: air-travel enquiry / 10.5.:
Design of a collection of relations / 10.5.1.:
Verification / 10.5.2.:
Validation / 10.5.3.:
Structural design / 10.6.:
The choice of record type structures / 11.1.:
Record structures and restructuring operations / 11.2.1.:
Techniques for choosing restructuring operations / 11.2.2.:
The choice of inter-record type links / 11.3.:
Verification of structural specifications / 11.4.:
Validation of structural specifications / 11.5.:
Estimation of storage requirements / 11.5.1.:
Estimation of processing performance / 11.5.2.:
Initial record type structures / 11.6.:
Initial link types / 11.6.2.:
Verification of the design / 11.6.3.:
Validation of the design / 11.6.4.:
Revised record type structures / 11.6.5.:
Revised link types / 11.6.6.:
Verification of the revision / 11.6.7.:
Validation of the revision / 11.6.8.:
Annexe: Dictionary entries for the air-travel example / 11.7.:
Physical design / 12:
Selecting a database system configuration / 12.1.:
Database distribution / 12.2.1.:
Fragmentation methods / 12.2.2.:
Verification of a fragmentation scheme / 12.2.3.:
Validation of a fragmentation scheme / 12.2.4.:
Federations versus systems / 12.2.5.:
Selecting internal organizations / 12.3.:
Selecting internal representations / 12.3.1.:
Selecting access mechanisms / 12.3.2.:
Verification of an internal organization / 12.3.3.:
Validation of an internal organization / 12.3.4.:
System configuration / 12.4.:
Internal organization / 12.4.2.:
Implementation / 12.5.:
DBMS parameters / 13.1.:
Database creation / 13.3.:
Structure creation / 13.3.1.:
Ontake of existing data / 13.3.2.:
Privacy definition / 13.3.3.:
Summary and predictions / 13.4.:
Current database technology / 14.1.:
Current research and development / 14.2.:
Predictions / 14.3.:
Answers to selected exercises
References
Index
Database system concepts / Part I:
Information systems and databases / 1:
Introduction / 1.1.:
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図書

図書
D.C. Ince
出版情報: Oxford [Oxfordshire] : Clarendon Press, 1988  xii, 349 p. ; 22 cm
シリーズ名: Oxford applied mathematics and computing science series
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図書
T. William Olle ... [et al.]
出版情報: Wokingham, England ; Tokyo : Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., c1988  ix, 346 p. ; 24 cm
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図書
edited by John Self
出版情報: London ; New York : Chapman and Hall, 1988  xix, 432 p. ; 24 cm
シリーズ名: Chapman and Hall computing
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図書
edited by Raymonde Guindon
出版情報: Hillsdale, N.J. : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1988  xiv, 345 p. ; 24 cm
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Contributors
Preface
Constrained Design Processes: Steps Towards Convivial Computing / 1:
Introduction
Conclusions / 9:
References
Appendix: Code Generated by Trikit
The Consequences of Consistent and Inconsistent User Interfaces / 2:
Acknowledgements
Computer-Aided Reasoned Discourse Or, How to Argue with A Computer / 3:
Appendix: Arl
A Multidisciplinary Perspective on Dialogue Structure in User-Advisor Dialogues / 4:
Excerpt from A Typed Dialogue / Appendix I:
Part of A Task Structure with Inserted Subdialogues / Appendix Ii:
Semnet: Three-Dimensional Graphic Representations of Large Knowledge Bases / 5:
Conclusion / 7:
""""As We May Think""""?: Psychological Considerations in the Design of A Personal Filing System / 6:
The Application of User Knowledge to Interface Design
Index
Subject Index
Contributors
Preface
Constrained Design Processes: Steps Towards Convivial Computing / 1:
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