This course offers an in-depth study of Database System Concepts and Architectures including, query processing, query optimization, transaction processing, concurrency control, recovery, parallel databases, distributed databases and access control. Design of storage and file structures including different indexing and hashing organizations are also discussed. ACID (Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation and Durability) property and non-ACID complied database are discussed. Various database languages are discussed including Data Definition Language (DDL) and Data Manipulation Language (DML). Comparative analysis with alternative data models and database systems is conducted. Assignments will reinforce learning through designing and constructing a database from conceptual, to logical model to final physical deployment.
Acceptance into the Bachelor of Technology in Computer Systems Degree program.
Below is one offering of this course for the Fall 2020 term.
Tue Sep 15 - Tue Dec 01 12 Weeks
|Sep 15||Tue||18:30 - 22:15||DTC Probable Online Delivery|
|Sep 15 - Dec 01||Online|
|Oct 13||Tue||18:30 - 22:15||DTC Probable Online Delivery|
|Nov 17||Tue||18:30 - 22:15||DTC Probable Online Delivery|
|Dec 01||Tue||18:30 - 22:15||DTC Probable Online Delivery|
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Effective as of Fall 2019
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