DATABASE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION BY EDWARD SCIORE PDF

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The final prices may differ from the prices shown due to specifics of VAT rules About this Textbook This textbook examines database systems from the viewpoint of a software developer. This perspective makes it possible to investigate why database systems are the way they are. It is of course important to be able to write queries, but it is equally important to know how they are processed.

We need a sense of how hard is it to write a disk cache or logging facility. And what exactly is a database driver, anyway? The first two chapters provide a brief overview of database systems and their use. Chapter 1 discusses the purpose and features of a database system and introduces the Derby and SimpleDB systems. Chapter 2 explains how to write a database application using Java. In turn, Chapters examine the internals of a typical database engine. Each chapter covers a different database component, starting with the lowest level of abstraction the disk and file manager and ending with the highest the JDBC client interface ; further, the respective chapter explains the main issues concerning the component, and considers possible design decisions.

As a result, the reader can see exactly what services each component provides and how it interacts with the other components in the system. The remaining four chapters then focus on efficient query processing, and focus on the sophisticated techniques and algorithms that can replace the simple design choices described earlier. Topics include indexing, sorting, intelligent buffer usage, and query optimization.

This text is intended for upper-level undergraduate or beginning graduate courses in Computer Science. Conceptual and programming exercises are also included at the end of each chapter.

Students can apply their conceptual knowledge by examining the SimpleDB a simple but fully functional database system created by the author and provided online code and modifying it. He is the author of numerous research articles on database systems, which span both theory and practice. His favorite activity, however, is to teach database courses to captive students.

These teaching experiences, accumulated over a year period, are what led to the writing of this text.

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The final prices may differ from the prices shown due to specifics of VAT rules About this Textbook This textbook examines database systems from the viewpoint of a software developer. This perspective makes it possible to investigate why database systems are the way they are. It is of course important to be able to write queries, but it is equally important to know how they are processed. We need a sense of how hard is it to write a disk cache or logging facility. And what exactly is a database driver, anyway? The first two chapters provide a brief overview of database systems and their use. Chapter 1 discusses the purpose and features of a database system and introduces the Derby and SimpleDB systems.

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