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Database management systems (DBMS) are computer software applications that interact with the user, other applications, and the database itself to capture and analyze data.

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Course Syllabus
  • Lecture -1 Introduction to Database Management System
  • Lecture -1a Conceptual Designs
  • Lecture -2 Conceptual Designs
  • Lecture - 3 Relational Model
  • Lecture - 4 Relational Model
  • Lecture - 5 Structured Query Language
  • Lecture - 6 Structured Query Language II
  • Lecture - 7 ER Model to Relational Mapping
  • Lecture - 8 Functional Dependencies and Normal Form
  • Lecture - 9 ER Model to Relational Model Maping
  • Lecture - 10 Storage Structures
  • Lecture - 11 Indexing Techniques Single Level
  • Lecture - 12 Indexing Techniques Multi-Level
  • Lecture - 13 Constraints and Triggers
  • Lecture - 14 Query Processing and Optimization
  • Lecture -15 Query Processing and Optimization II
  • Lecture - 16 Query Processing and Optimization - III
  • Lecture - 17 Transaction Processing Concepts
  • Lecture - 18 Transaction Processing and Database Manager
  • Lecture - 19 Foundation for Concurrency Control
  • Lecture - 20 Concurrency Control Part - I
  • Lecture - 21 Concurrency Control Part - 2
  • Lecture - 22 Concurrency Control Part - 3
  • Lecture - 23 Concurrency Control Part - 4
  • Lecture -24 Distributed Transaction Models
  • Lecture - 25 Basic 2-Phase and 3-phase commit protocol
  • Lecture - 26 Concurrency Control for Distributed Transaction
  • Lecture - 27 Introduction to Transaction Recovery
  • Lecture - 28 Recovery Mechanisms II
  • Lecture - 29 Recovery Mechanisms III
  • Lecture - 30 Introduction to Data Warehousing and OLAP
  • Lecture - 31 Introduction to Data Warehousing nad OLAP
  • Lecture - 32 Case Study : MYSQL
  • Lecture - 33 Case Study ORACLE and Microsoft Access
  • Lecture - 34 Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery
  • Lecture - 35 Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery Part II
  • Lecture - 36 Object Oriented Databases
  • Lecture -37 Object Oriented Databases II
  • Lecture -38 XML - Introductory Concepts
  • Lecture -39 XML Advanced Concepts
  • Lecture -40 XML Databases
  • Lecture -41 Case Study - Part One Database Design
  • Lecture -42 Case Study - Part 2 Database Design
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