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AD7B36DBS Z,ZK 6 14KP+6KC Czech
Department of Computer Science

Bulk data processing, DBMS concepts and architecture; conceptual data models, E-R model; database models, network, hierarchical, relational and object-relational model; relational algebra, formal query language; relational database desing, functional dependencies, normalization, design algorithms; mapping E-R concepts to the database models; query language SQL, DDL, DML, integrity constraints; transaction, error recovery, parallel access, data security, client-server architecture; physical level data view.



Assessment requirements are stated on the subject's Web page. Before sitting for exam, students have to get an assessment. The exam consists of two parts: the first part is a common written test, the second part is an individual interview.

Syllabus of lectures:

1. Bulk data processing concepts. DBMS architecture

2. Data abstraction, conceptual, database and physical data model

3. Conceptual data model. E-R model. Entity type, Relationship type, attibute, integrity constraints

4. Overview of network, hierarchical, relation and object-relation database models

5. Relational data model. Relation, relational and set operations, relation schema, attributes

6. Structured query language - SQL (part 1)

7. SQL language (part 2)

8. Relational model (part 2), normalization using functional dependences

9. Query, relational algebra, Set operations

10. Alternative approches to a design of relation schema, quality criterions

11. Mapping E-R schema to relational schema

12. Transactions. Error recovery, concurrency control, data security and integrity

13. Physical level, file organisation, Database physical structure, other database objects (indexes, views, procedures)

14. Reserve

Syllabus of tutorials:

1. Seminar room: Introduction to semester project

2. Computer laboratory, E-R modellers

3. Seminar room: conceptual data design

4. Computer laboratory: SQL communication with a database


5. Seminar room: relation algebra

6. Computer laboratory: The first check point of the

semester project

7. Seminar room: A relation schema design

8. Computer laboratory: Developer tools

9. Seminar room: Language SQL

10. Computer laboratory: Carrying out semester project

11. Seminar room: Language SQL, index B-trees

12. Computer laboratory: Carrying out semester project

13. Seminar room: Transactions

14. Presentation of semester project, grade assessment

Study Objective:

The aim of the course is to provide a general overview of the area of database systems such as design of an optimal database schema, its realisation using SQL, expressing the respective SQL queries, transaction processing and indexation.

Study materials:

1. Pokorný, J., Halaška, I.: Databázové systémy, 2nd Edition, in Czech, Vydavatelství ČVUT, 2003.

2. Pokorný, J., Halaška, I., Valenta, M.: Databázové systémy, cvičení, in Czech, Vydavatelství ČVUT, 2002.

2. Date C. J.: An Introduction to Database Systems, Addison-Wesley, 6-th Edition, 1995

3. Elmasri R., Navathe S.: Fundamentals of database systems

Further information:
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