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ISBP431: Advanced Database Systems

Description:Database design theory; Database queries; Storage and Indexing methods; Query Evaluation; Transaction Management and Concurrency Control; System Crash Recovery; Parallel and Distributed Databases; Data Warehousing and Data Mining.
Credit Hours.:3
Text Book: Ramakrishnan, R. & Gehrke, Database Management Systems
Coordinator: Shayma Alkobaisi
Topics Outline:
  1. Storage and Indexing
  2. Query Evaluation
  3. Transaction Management
  4. Concurrency control
  5. System Crach Recovery
  6. Parallel and Distributed Databases
  7. Data Mining and Data Warehousing
Outcomes:
  1. Compare and contrast database storage and indexing methods.
  2. Generate and optimize query evaluation plans.
  3. Compare and contrast transaction management, concurrency control and crash recovery techniques.
  4. Describe parallel and distributed database systems.
  5. Identify data mining and data warehousing methodologies.
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Pre-requisiteITBP340: Database Systems
Co-requisite ISBP432: Advanced Database Systems Lab
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