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Relationship Sentence Pairs:


1.1 PREREQUISITS and COURSE:
Each course can be a prerequisite for many courses or may not be a prerequisite for any other courses.

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PREREQUISITS and CLASS:

Each class can be a prerequisite for many classes or may not be a prerequisite for any other class.

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ROOM and CLASS:

Each class is taken in one room only. Each room can be assigned to one or many classes.

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BOOK and CLASS

Each book is allotted to zero or many classes. Each class study one or many books.

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COUNSLER and STUDENT:

Each counselor control one or many students. Each student is controlled by one counselor.

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STUDENT and INSTRUCTOR

Each instructor can teach many students. Each student can be taught by one or many instructors.

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INSTRUCTOR and CLASS

Each instructor handles zero or many classes. Each class can be handled one and only one instructor.

2. DBMS selection and justification


The data warehouse DBMS selection is critical. This technology promotes decision analysis in a data warehouse environment. It conforms to instant as well as unpredictable future, and unknown requirements.

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Scalability:

For North valley DBMS should be scalable for concurrent users, maintaining the performance.

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Power:

As different students or instructors interact with the system, DBMS should support the complex decision support activity.

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Extensibility:

The design and database model of our system should be flexible and fulfill business requirements. It should support data updating, data deletion of student/instructor or course/class records.

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Availability:

Amount of time in which system give a response to multiple users. It means whether system is available to respond a user or not. It includes batch loading, performance, hardware updates.

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Interoperability:

How Student management system interact with web portals and internetworks; if schools are localized in different areas.

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Flexibility:

Flexibility means whether our system supports multiple applications or not.

3. DBMS integration to existing IT infrastructure


In data warehouse you have to move data from one place to another. If you have to treat with one database then you can treat it as to separate it logically. Data movement and integration involves: 1. We can move or replicate data when update happens, response of certain request and show result of large query. 2. Data integration helps to make data in one format look like it is in another 3. It ensures data safety at various physical locations 4. It supports synchronous replication and asynchronous replication. It means if you have important database application you choose another machine to run it. The first machine will update data request until there is assurance of it from second machine .In asynchronous replication you dont need to be wait for any assurance in response of any request. 5. It supports rebalancing. It is the rebalancing of system when data move from one physical location to other or one hardware to other (from solid-state to hard disk). 6. It supports Business intelligence tools which query multiple relational databases.
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