Databases in Theory and Practice

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International Thomson Computer Press, Jan 1, 1997 - Computers - 244 pages
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Databases: In Theory and Practice adopts a pragmatic, technical approach to the subject of database systems. In this book the authors set about dealing with the underlying theory of databases in an accessible, non-mathematical manner. Covering all aspects of the subject, the book introduces the concepts from a problem-solving point of view with numerous practical examples and problems.

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General concepts
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theory
26
practice
40
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