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ADVANCED DATABASE

MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
THIS BOOK COVERS:

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Introduction to DBMS
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Advanced SQL Concepts
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Advanced Transaction Processing and Recovery
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Data Security
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Implementation of Storage and Indexing
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Distributed Databases
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Object Databases
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Introduction to Data Warehousing
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Introduction to Dimensional Modeling
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Introduction to ETL Process
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Introduction to OLAP

here has been a rapid growth and development in the field of relational database management systems. This
book provides an in-depth analysis of advanced database areas as well as the basics of database management
systems. It explores the different SQL concepts, starting from the very basic DDL and DML statements to constraints
and views. The theme of this book is the potential of various database management systems. The book combines
advanced techniques with practical advice and many new ideas, methods, and examples for database management
students, system specialists, and programmers. It provides a wealth of technical information on database methods
and an encyclopedic coverage of advanced techniques. This book is a valuable source of information for academics,
practitioners, and post and under graduate students with a good overview of the basic notions, methods, and
techniques as well as important issues and trends across the broad spectrum of data management.
SALIENT FEATURES:
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Provides simple, clear, and concise language, which makes the book an easy and enjoyable read
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Follows a code-centric approach and provides code snippets wherever applicable
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Provides well-structured text and illustrative block diagrams and figures wherever required
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Includes chapter objectives and advance organizer at the beginning of each chapter to describe what the reader

would learn in the chapter


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Includes a comprehensive and detailed coverage of each topic to meet the requirements of the target audience,

including postgraduates,undergraduates, and professionals


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Provides various scenario-based questions as labs with solutions

ISBN: 9789351194552 | Price: 399/- | Pages: 352 | Authors: Rini Chakrabarti, Shilbhadra Dasgupta, Subhash K. Shinde, KLSI

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Chapter 1: Introduction to DBMS: Introduction | Data
versus Information | Record | The File System | The Evolution
of Database | Defining a Database | Entities and
Relationships | Data Models | Database Design | Types of
Databases | Transaction Management | Introduction to SQL
Chapter 2: Advanced SQL: Introduction | Constraints | SQL
CREATE INDEX | SQL Functions | The GROUP BY Statement |
The HAVING Clause | SQL Special Functions | SQL Alias | SQL
Join | Sub-Queries | Recursive Queries | Data Control
Language | Views and Assertion
Chapter 3: Advanced Transaction Processing and
Recovery: Introduction | Defining a Transaction in DBMS |
Defining a Concurrent Transaction in DBMS | Serializability
and Recoverability | Enhanced Lock-Based and TimestampBased Protocols | Multiple Granularity | Multi-Version
Schemes
Chapter 4: Data Security: Introduction | Introduction to
Data Security Issues | Discretionary Access Control |
Mandatory Access Control | Role-Based Access Control | SQL
Injection | Statistical Databases | Introduction to Flow
Control
Chapter 5: Storage and Indexing: Introduction | Basics of
Database Storage | Operations on Files | Hashing Techniques
| File Indexing | Types of Single-Level Ordered Indexes |
Multi-Level Indexes | Dynamic Multi-Level Indexes |
Indexing on Multiple Keys
Chapter 6: Distributed Databases: Introduction |
Differences between Centralized DBMS and Distributed
DBMS | Functionality of DDBMS | Advantages and
Disadvantages of DDBMS | Centralized versus NonCentralized Databases | Homogeneous and Heterogeneous
DDBMS and Their Comparison

Chapter 7: Object Database: Introduction | Overview of the


Object-Oriented Database | Limitations of Relational
Database | Need for Complex Data Type | Collection Types
and Structured Types | Data Definition | Object Identity and
Reference Types | Persistent Programming Languages
Chapter 8: Introduction to Data Warehousing:
Introduction | The Need for Data Warehousing | Data
Warehousing: An Information Environment | Increased
Demand for Strategic Information | Inability of Past Decision
Support System
Chapter 9: Introduction to Dimensional Modeling:
Introduction | Data Warehouse Modeling vs. Operational
Database Modeling | Dimensional Model vs. the ER Model |
Features of a Good Dimensional Model | Introducing the Fact
Table | Introducing the Dimension Table | The Factless Face
Table | The Star Schema | Snowflake Schema | Updates to
Dimension Tables | Slowly Changing Dimensions | Large
Dimension Tables | Rapidly Changing or Large Slowly
Changing Dimensions | Junk Dimensions
Chapter 10: ETL Process: Introduction | Overview of the
ETL Process | Need for the ETL Process | Data Extraction |
Identification of Data Source | Extraction Methods in Data
Warehouse | Change Data Capture | Transportation in Data
Warehouses | Transformation | Staging | Loading | Fact
Tables | Dimension Tables | Cleaning | Tools for ETL |
Chapter 11: Online Analytical Processing (OLAP):
Introduction | Introduction to OLAP | Need for OLAP | OLAP
Models | OLTP Vs OLAP | Multidimentional Analysis or Data
Cube | On-Line Analytical Processing (OLAP)

ABOUT THE AUTHORS:


Rini Chakrabarti is an IT engineer, currently working in the consultancy department of a software company. She obtained the
B.Tech degree in Computer Science & Engineering from University of Calcutta, India and ranked 5th in the whole university in the
year 2009. Prior to that, she did Bachelor of Science in Physics (Hons), and ranked 10th in the entire University. Her areas of interest
include recent trends and developments in the fields of database management systems, .NET architecture and programming in
ASP.NET, ADO.NET, C# and VB.NET. She also keeps track of the recent developments in the field of wireless and sensor networking.
Shilbhadra Dasgupta is a software engineer by profession. He is a first class Honours Graduate in Physics from University of
Calcutta. He did his post graduation from University of Calcutta in Computer Science & Engineering in 2009. His areas of research and
interest include basic networking, database management systems, data warehousing, network simulations, multiplexing, demultiplexing, advancement in the fields of mobile ad-hoc network (MANET), wireless and sensor networks, cellular network, 3G, 4G,
security in ad-hoc Networks and QoS in mobile networks. He is also co-authoring a book, Mobile Ad-hoc Network & Wireless
Communications along with Dr. Nabendu Chaki, Head of the Department of Computer Science & Engineering, University of Calcutta
and Mr. S. Banerjee, software engineer, IXIA Technologies.
Subhash K. Shinde is a Professor at Lokmanya Tilak College of Engineering, Navi Mumbai. He received B. E. (Computer Engineering)
in 1999 and M. E. (Information Technology) in 2004 from university of Mumbai, India. He completed his Ph.D. (Computer
Engineering) in October -2012 from Swami Ramanand Teertha Marathwada University, India. Currently, he is working in the field of
Programming; Web Mining; Frequent Pattern Discovery; and Integration of domain knowledge, such as ontologies in the mining
process and benefits of patterns in web personalized recommendations for e-business. He has published more than 20 research
papers in the international journals and conferences.
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