Students are introduced to database systems and motivates the database approach as a mechanism for modeling the real world. An in-depth coverage of the relational model, logical database design, query languages, and other database concepts including query optimization, concurrency control; transaction management, and log based crash recovery. Distributed and Web database architectures are also discussed.
|Instructor||Section||Day & Time||Location|
|Nicholas Roussopoulos||0101||TuTh 11:00am - 12:15pm|| CSI 2117|
|Peter Keleher||0201||MW 3:30pm - 4:45pm||CSI 3117|
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in CMSC351 and CMSC330; and permission of CMNS-Computer Science department. Or must be in the (Computer Science (Doctoral), Computer Science (Master's)) program.
Hours Per Week
Past Semesters: 6 hours
Past Semesters: Python, SQL, maybe Ruby-on-Rails
Recommended Prior Experience
Projects, Exams, or other Assessments