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An Advanced Course in Database Systems: Beyond Relational Databases

by Suzanne W Dietrich

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0130428981, Paperback)

For courses in database systems and computer science. This text goes beyond the relational coverage of a typical first course in databases. Dietrich and Urban include object-oriented conceptual data modeling, object oriented databases, and databases and the Web. Topic coverage is in-depth and accessible to undergraduates as well as graduate CS students. Teachers can select the topics that best fit their course.

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"The target audience of the book is anyone who understands relational database technology, including both undergraduate and graduate students, as well as the database professional. The book bridges the gap between the UML and EER object-oriented conceptual data models, guiding the reader through the latest technological advances in object databases and the integration of databases and the World-Wide Web."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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