There has been rapid growth and development in the field of relational database management systems. This book provides a systematic approach with an in-depth
analysis of advanced database areas as well as the basics of database management systems. It explores the different normalization techniques starting from the very basic first normal form and extends up to sixth normal form. The theme of this book is the potential of new advanced database systems. This book combines advanced techniques with practical advice and many new ideas, methods, and examples for database management students, system specialists, and programmers. It provides a wealth of technical information on database methods and an encyclopedic coverage of advanced techniques. Summing up, this book is a valuable source of information for academics, practitioners, post and under graduate students with a good overview of basic notions, methods and techniques, as well as important issues and trends across the broad spectrum of data management.
Key features of the book:
- Provides simple, clear and concise language, which makes the book easy and enjoyable to read.
- Follows a code centric approach and provides code snippets wherever applicable.
- Provides well-structured text and illustrative block diagrams and figures wherever required.
- Provides case studies involving the latest technologies, such as Java, J2EE, and ASP.NET with backend database, such as Oracle and SQL Server with clear illustrations and step-wise approach on how to develop a real-life project.
- Includes chapter objectives and advance organizer at the beginning of each chapter to describe what the reader would learn in the chapter.
- Includes comprehensive and detailed coverage of each topic to meet the requirements of the target audience, including postgraduates, undergraduates, and professionals.