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Title: Database Management
Authors: College of Computer and Information Science
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Publisher: College of Computer and Information Science
Citation: http://www.ccs.neu.edu/home/zhoupf/teaching/csg102/
Abstract: Syllabus of CS G102: Database Management Fall 2005 Instructor Panfeng (Tony) Zhou Office: 466 WVH Tel: 617-373-4605 College of Computer Science Email: zhoupf AT ccs.neu.edu Northeastern University Boston, MA 02115 Class meeting times/location Wednesday 6-9 PM / WVH 166 Office Hours TBA Required Textbook Thomas M. Connolly and Carolyn E. Begg "Database Systems: A Practical Approach to Design, Implementation, and Management", 4th edition (2005), Addison Wesley Longman http://www.aw-bc.com/catalog/academic/product/0,1144,0321294017,00.html Course Descriptions Considers the concepts and structures necessary to design and implement a database application. Introduces database concepts, and database modeling. Emphasizes the relational model, but older models such as the hierarchical and network models as well as the newer object-oriented model may be discussed. Topics include data definition and manipulation languages, design theory for relational models, and an introduction to access methods, query optimization, integrity, security, recovery, and concurrency in database systems. Class Schedule & Problem Sets Link Resources Link Grading The course grade will be based on problem sets (total 40%), a project (15%) and a final exam (45%). Problem sets are due at the beginning of class. As a general rule, a problem set turned in late will be penalized 10% for every weekday it is late, and no homework will be accepted beyond 1 week past its due date. All homework should be turned in both softcopy (email to me with the title ��HW# - your last name��) and hard copy. Academic Honesty Northeastern University is committed to the principles of intellectual honesty and integrity. All members of the Northeastern Community are expected to maintain complete honesty in all academic work, presenting only that which is their own work in tests and assignments. If you have any questions regarding the proper attribution of the work of others, contact your instructor prior to submitting the work for evaluation. Mail Alias csg102-f05 AT lists.ccs.neu.edu
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