By J. Paredaens, L. Tenenbaum
Advanced info know-how is pervasive in any type of human job - technological know-how, enterprise, finance, administration and others - and this is often fairly real for database structures. either database idea and database functions represent a vital a part of the state-of-the-art of laptop technology. in the meantime there's a few discrepancy among diversified features of database task. Theoreticians are often now not a lot conscious of the genuine wishes of industrial and undefined; software program experts no longer continually have the time or the apportunity to get familiar with the latest theoretical principles and traits, in addition to with complicated prototypes bobbing up from those rules; capability clients frequently shouldn't have the potential of comparing the theoretical foundations and the capability useful effect of other advertisement items. So the most target of the direction was once to place jointly humans inquisitive about assorted elements of database task and to advertise energetic trade of principles between them.
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A database is a set of software products that enable the user to handle, store and retrieve information. The total system is often called the database management system, DBMS. Sometimes the software can deduce new information from the stored information. Such software is called an information base or a knowledge base. The DBMS is responsible for • security of information • privacy • exact information • integrity constraints • synchronization • crash protection • recovery We make a distinction between: • the physical database, which describes how the information is stored; • the conceptual database, which describes how we, human beings, look to the structure of the information; • the views, which describe the structure of the information as it will be used by the languages in the DBMS.
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Advances in Database Systems: Implementations and Applications by J. Paredaens, L. Tenenbaum