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by Patrick M.K. Wong
出版情報: Ann Arbor : UMI Research Press, c1981  viii, 239 p. ; 24 cm
シリーズ名: Computer science ; . Distributed database systems ; no. 3
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by Ning-San Chang
出版情報: Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI Research Press, c1981  x, 146 p. ; 24 cm
シリーズ名: Computer science ; Artificial intelligence ; no. 9
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Jeffrey D. Ullman
出版情報: Rockville, Md. : Computer Science Press, c1988  xi, 631 p. ; 24 cm
シリーズ名: Principles of computer science series ; 14
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Jeffrey D. Ullman
出版情報: Rockville, Md. : Computer Science Press, c1989  xi, 633-1137 p. ; 24 cm
シリーズ名: Principles of computer science series ; 14 . Principles of database and knowledge-base systems ; v. 2
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James Martin
出版情報: Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall, c1976  xvi, 352 p. ; 25 cm
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by Marie-Anne Kamal Neimat
出版情報: Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI Research Press, c1981  xi, 114 p. ; 24 cm
シリーズ名: Computer science ; Distributed database systems ; no. 11
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William Kent
出版情報: Amsterdam ; New York : North-Holland Pub. Co. , New York : sole distributors for the U.S.A. and Canada Elsevier/North-Holland, c1978  xv, 211 p. ; 23 cm
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Sakti P. Ghosh
出版情報: New York : Academic Press, 1977  xi, 376 p. ; 24 cm
シリーズ名: Computer science and applied mathematics series
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C.J. Date
出版情報: Reading, Mass. ; Tokyo : Addison-Wesley, c1981  xxviii, 574p. ; 24cm
シリーズ名: The systems programming series
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(All chapters begin with an Introduction end with a Summary, Exercises, and Reference and Bibliography)
Preliminaries / I:
An Overview of Database Management / 1:
What is a database system?
What is a database?
Why database?
Data independence
Relational systems and others
Database System Architecture / 2:
The three levels of the architecture
The external level
The conceptual level
The internal level
Mappings
The database administrator
The database management system
Data communications
Client/server architecture
Utilities
Distributed processing
An Introduction to Relational Databases / 3:
An informal look at the relational model
Relations and relvars
What relations mean
Optimization
The catalog
Base relvars and views
Transactions
The suppliers-and-parts database
An Introduction to SQL / 4:
Overview
Views
Embedded SQL
Dynamic SQL and SQL/CLI
SQL is not perfect
The Relational Model / II:
Types / 5:
Values v Variables
Types v Representations
Type Definition
Operators
Type generators
SQL facilities
Relations / 6:
Tuples
Relation types
Relation values
Relation variables
Relational Algebra / 7:
Closure revisited
The original algebra: Syntax
The original algebra: Semantics
Examples
What is the algebra for?
Further points
Additional operators
Grouping and ungrouping
Relational Calculus / 8:
Tuple calculus
Calculus vs. algebra
Computational capabilities
Domain calculus
Query-By-Example
Integrity / 9:
A closer look
Predicates and propositions
Relvar predicates and database predicates
Checking the constraints
Internal v external constraints
Correctness v consistency
Integrity and views
A constraint classification scheme
Keys
Triggers (a digression)
What are views for? / 10:
View retrievals
View updates
Snapshots (a digression)
Database Design / III:
Functional Dependencies / 11:
Basic definitions
Trivial and nontrivial dependencies
Closure of a set of dependencies
Closure of a set of attributes
Irreducible sets of dependencies
Further Normalization I: 1NF, 2NF, 3NF, BCNF / 12:
Nonloss decomposition and functional dependencies
First, second, and third normal forms
Dependency preservation
Boyce/Codd normal form
A note on relation-valued attributes
Further Normalization II: Higher Normal Forms / 13:
Multi-valued dependencies and fourth normal form
Join dependencies and fifth normal form
The normalization procedure summarized
A note on denormalization
Orthogonal design (a digression)
Other normal forms
Semantic Modeling / 14:
The overall approach
The E/R model
E/R diagrams
Database design with the E/R model
A brief analysis
Transaction Management / IV:
Recovery / 15:
Transaction recovery
System recovery
Media recovery
Two-phase commit
Savepoints (a digression)
Concurrency / 16:
Three concurrency problems
Locking
The three concurrency problems revisited
Deadlock
Serializability
Recovery revisited
Isolation levels
Intent locking
ACID dropping
Further Topics / V:
Security / 17:
Discretionary access control
Mandatory access control
Statistical databases
Data encryption
A motivating example / 18:
An overview of query processing
Expression transformation
Database statistics
A divide-and-conquer strategy
Implementing the relational operators
Missing Information / 19:
An overview of the 3VL approach
Some consequences of the foregoing scheme
Nulls and keys
Outer join (a digression)
Special values
Type Inheritance / 20:
Type hierarchies
Polymorphism and substitutability
Variables and assignments
Specialization by constraint
Comparisons
Operators, versions, and signatures
Is a circle an ellipse?
Specialization by constraint revisited
Distributed Databases / 21:
Some preliminaries
The twelve objectives
Problems of distributed systems
Client/server systems
DBMS independence
Decision Support / 22:
Aspects of decision support
Database design for decision support
Data preparation
Data warehouses and data marts
Online analytical processing
Data mining
Temporal Databases / 23:
What is the problem?
Intervals
Packing and unpacking relations
Generalizing the relational operators
Database work design
Integrity constraints
Logic-Based Databases / 24:
Propositional calculus
Predicate calculus
A proof-theoretic view of databases
Deductive database systems
Recursive query processing
Objects, Relations, And Xml / VI:
Object Databases / 25:
Objects, classes, methods, and messages
A cradle-to-grave example
Miscellaneous issues
Object / Relational Databases / 26:
The First Great Blunder
The Second Great Blunder
Implementation issues
Benefits of true rapprochement
The World Wide Web and XML / 27:
The Web and the Internet
An overview of XML
XML data definition
XML data manipulation
XML and databases
Appendixes
The TransRelationalâäó Model / Appendix A:
Three levels of abstraction
The basic idea
Condensed columns
Merged columns
SQL Expressions, Table Expressions, and Boolean Expressions / Appendix B:
Abbreviations, Acronyms, and Symbol / Appendix C:
Online storage structures and access methods, database access: an overview, page sets and files, indexing, hashing, pointer chains, and compression techniques / Appendix D:
Index
(All chapters begin with an Introduction end with a Summary, Exercises, and Reference and Bibliography)
Preliminaries / I:
An Overview of Database Management / 1:
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C. J. Date
出版情報: Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., [1975]  xvii, 366 p. ; 25 cm
シリーズ名: The systems programming series
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目次情報: 続きを見る
(All chapters begin with an Introduction end with a Summary, Exercises, and Reference and Bibliography)
Preliminaries / I:
An Overview of Database Management / 1:
What is a database system?
What is a database?
Why database?
Data independence
Relational systems and others
Database System Architecture / 2:
The three levels of the architecture
The external level
The conceptual level
The internal level
Mappings
The database administrator
The database management system
Data communications
Client/server architecture
Utilities
Distributed processing
An Introduction to Relational Databases / 3:
An informal look at the relational model
Relations and relvars
What relations mean
Optimization
The catalog
Base relvars and views
Transactions
The suppliers-and-parts database
An Introduction to SQL / 4:
Overview
Views
Embedded SQL
Dynamic SQL and SQL/CLI
SQL is not perfect
The Relational Model / II:
Types / 5:
Values v Variables
Types v Representations
Type Definition
Operators
Type generators
SQL facilities
Relations / 6:
Tuples
Relation types
Relation values
Relation variables
Relational Algebra / 7:
Closure revisited
The original algebra: Syntax
The original algebra: Semantics
Examples
What is the algebra for?
Further points
Additional operators
Grouping and ungrouping
Relational Calculus / 8:
Tuple calculus
Calculus vs. algebra
Computational capabilities
Domain calculus
Query-By-Example
Integrity / 9:
A closer look
Predicates and propositions
Relvar predicates and database predicates
Checking the constraints
Internal v external constraints
Correctness v consistency
Integrity and views
A constraint classification scheme
Keys
Triggers (a digression)
What are views for? / 10:
View retrievals
View updates
Snapshots (a digression)
Database Design / III:
Functional Dependencies / 11:
Basic definitions
Trivial and nontrivial dependencies
Closure of a set of dependencies
Closure of a set of attributes
Irreducible sets of dependencies
Further Normalization I: 1NF, 2NF, 3NF, BCNF / 12:
Nonloss decomposition and functional dependencies
First, second, and third normal forms
Dependency preservation
Boyce/Codd normal form
A note on relation-valued attributes
Further Normalization II: Higher Normal Forms / 13:
Multi-valued dependencies and fourth normal form
Join dependencies and fifth normal form
The normalization procedure summarized
A note on denormalization
Orthogonal design (a digression)
Other normal forms
Semantic Modeling / 14:
The overall approach
The E/R model
E/R diagrams
Database design with the E/R model
A brief analysis
Transaction Management / IV:
Recovery / 15:
Transaction recovery
System recovery
Media recovery
Two-phase commit
Savepoints (a digression)
Concurrency / 16:
Three concurrency problems
Locking
The three concurrency problems revisited
Deadlock
Serializability
Recovery revisited
Isolation levels
Intent locking
ACID dropping
Further Topics / V:
Security / 17:
Discretionary access control
Mandatory access control
Statistical databases
Data encryption
A motivating example / 18:
An overview of query processing
Expression transformation
Database statistics
A divide-and-conquer strategy
Implementing the relational operators
Missing Information / 19:
An overview of the 3VL approach
Some consequences of the foregoing scheme
Nulls and keys
Outer join (a digression)
Special values
Type Inheritance / 20:
Type hierarchies
Polymorphism and substitutability
Variables and assignments
Specialization by constraint
Comparisons
Operators, versions, and signatures
Is a circle an ellipse?
Specialization by constraint revisited
Distributed Databases / 21:
Some preliminaries
The twelve objectives
Problems of distributed systems
Client/server systems
DBMS independence
Decision Support / 22:
Aspects of decision support
Database design for decision support
Data preparation
Data warehouses and data marts
Online analytical processing
Data mining
Temporal Databases / 23:
What is the problem?
Intervals
Packing and unpacking relations
Generalizing the relational operators
Database work design
Integrity constraints
Logic-Based Databases / 24:
Propositional calculus
Predicate calculus
A proof-theoretic view of databases
Deductive database systems
Recursive query processing
Objects, Relations, And Xml / VI:
Object Databases / 25:
Objects, classes, methods, and messages
A cradle-to-grave example
Miscellaneous issues
Object / Relational Databases / 26:
The First Great Blunder
The Second Great Blunder
Implementation issues
Benefits of true rapprochement
The World Wide Web and XML / 27:
The Web and the Internet
An overview of XML
XML data definition
XML data manipulation
XML and databases
Appendixes
The TransRelationalâäó Model / Appendix A:
Three levels of abstraction
The basic idea
Condensed columns
Merged columns
SQL Expressions, Table Expressions, and Boolean Expressions / Appendix B:
Abbreviations, Acronyms, and Symbol / Appendix C:
Online storage structures and access methods, database access: an overview, page sets and files, indexing, hashing, pointer chains, and compression techniques / Appendix D:
Index
(All chapters begin with an Introduction end with a Summary, Exercises, and Reference and Bibliography)
Preliminaries / I:
An Overview of Database Management / 1:
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