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TABLE OF CONTENTS, Chapter 1 Databases Object Bases and Knowledge Bases. 1 1 The Capabilities of a DBMS 2, 1 2 Basic Database System Terminology 7. 1 3 Database Languages 12, 1 4 Modern Database System Applications 18. 1 5 Object base Systems 21, 1 6 Knowledge base Systems 23. 1 7 History and Perspective 28, Bibliographie Notes 29.
Chapter 2 Data Models for Database Systems 32, 2 1 Data Models 32. 2 2 The Entity relationship Model 34, 2 3 The Relational Data Model 43. 2 4 Operations in the Relational Data Model 53, 2 5 The Network Data Model 65. 2 6 The Hierarchical Data Model 72, 2 7 An Object Oriented Model 82. Exercises 87, Bibliographie Notes 94, Chapter 3 Logic as a D a t a Model 96.
3 1 The Meaning of Logical Rules 96, 3 2 The Datalog Data Model 100. 3 3 Evaluating Nonrecursive Rules 106, 3 4 Computing the Meaning of Recursive Rules 115. 3 5 Incremental Evaluation of Least Fixed Points 124. 3 6 Negations in Rule Bodies 128, 3 7 Relational Algebra and Logic 139. 3 8 Relational Calculus 145, 3 9 Tuple Relational Calculus 156. 3 10 The Closed World Assumption 161, Exercises 164.
Bibliographie Notes 171, TABLE OF CONTENTS, Chapter 4 Relational Query Languages 174. 4 1 General Remarks Regarding Query Languages 174, 4 2 ISBL A Pure Relational Algebra Language 177. 4 3 QUEL A Tuple Relational Calculus Language 185, 4 4 Query by Example A DRC Language 195. 4 5 Data Definition in QBE 207, 4 6 The Query Language SQL 210. 4 7 Data Definition in SQL 223, 4 8 Embedding SQL in a Host Language 227.
Exercises 235, Bibliographie Notes 238, Chapter 5 Object Oriented Database Languages 240. 5 1 The DBTG Data Definition Language 240, 5 2 The DBTG Query Language 246. 5 3 The DBTG Database Modification Commands 258, 5 4 Data Definition in IMS 262. 5 5 A Hierarchical Data Manipulation Language 264, 5 6 Data Definition in OPAL 271. 5 7 Data Manipulation in OPAL 278, Exercises 288, Bibliographie Notes 292.
Chapter 6 Physical Data Organization 294, 6 1 The Physical Data Model 295. 6 2 The Heap Organization 304, 6 3 Hashed Files 306. 6 4 Indexed Files 310, 6 5 B trees 321, 6 6 Files with a Dense Index 328. 6 7 Nested Record Structures 330, 6 8 Secondary Indices 339. 6 9 Data Structures in DBTG Databases 342, 6 10 Data Structures for Hierarchies 346.
6 11 Data Structures for Relations 351, 6 12 Range Queries and Partial match Queries 354. 6 13 Partitioned Hash Functions 358, 6 14 A Search Tree Structure 361. Exercises 368, Bibliographie Notes 374, X TABLE OF CONTENTS. Chapter 7 Design Theory for Relational Databases 376. 7 1 What Constitutes a Bad Database Design 377, 7 2 Functional Dependencies 379. 7 3 Reasoning About Functional Dependencies 382, 7 4 Lossless Join Decomposition 392.
7 5 Decompositions That Preserve Dependencies 398, 7 6 Normal Forms for Relation Schemes 401. 7 7 Lossless Join Decomposition Into BCNF 403, 7 8 Dependency preserving 3NF Decompositions 409. 7 9 Multivalued Dependencies 413, 7 10 Fourth Normal Form 420. 7 11 Generalized Dependencies 423, Exercises 435, Bibliographie Notes 441. Chapter 8 Protecting the Database Against Misuse 446. 8 1 Integrity 447, 8 2 Integrity Constraints in Query by Example 452.
8 3 Security 456, 8 4 Security in Query by Example 458. 8 5 Security in SQL RT 460, 8 6 Security in OPAL GEMSTONE 462. Exercises 464, Bibliographie Notes 466, Chapter 9 Transaction Management 467. 9 1 Basic Concepts 468, 9 2 A Simple Transaction Model 477. 9 3 The Two phase Locking Protocol 484, 9 4 A Model with Read and Write Locks 486.
9 5 Lock Modes 490, 9 6 A Read Only Write Only Model 492. 9 7 Concurrency for Hierarchically Structured Items 502. 9 8 Handling Transaction Failures 508, 9 9 Aggressive and Conservative Protocols 511. 9 10 Recovery From Crashes 516, 9 11 Timestamp based Concurrency Control 524. Exercises 535, Bibliographie Notes 540, TABLE OF CONTENTS. Chapter 10 Distributed Database Management 543, 10 1 Distributed Databases 543.
10 2 Distributed Locking 546, 10 3 Distributed Two phase Locking 555. 10 4 Distributed Commitment 557, 10 5 A Nonblocking Commit Protocol 564. 10 6 Timestamp based Distributed Concurrency 573, 10 7 Recovery of Nodes 575. 10 8 Distributed Deadlocks 576, Exercises 582, Bibliographie Notes 585. principles of database and knowledge base systems volume i classical database systems jeffrey d ullman stanford university computer science press

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