Synopses & Reviews
In todays increasingly decentralized and insecure business arena, effective database management has taken on awhole new urgency. Database Management Systems, Third Edition, introduces and explains core concepts ofdatabase design, development, and administration. Special sections demonstrate how to first evaluate securitythreats and then design vital security components and integrate them into each application. Applied exercisesand cases bring facts and data into the real world.
About the Author
Gerald V. Post (Stockton, CA) is a professor of management information systems at University of the Pacific.
Table of Contents
2. Database Design
3. Data Normalization
4. Data Queries
5. Advanced Queries and Subqueries
6. Forms, ReportsandApplications
7. Data IntegrityandTransactions
8. Data WarehousesandData Mining
9. Data Administration
10. Distributed Databasesandthe Internet