Developing Quality Complex Database Systems: Practices, Techniques, and Technologies

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Shirley A. Becker
Idea Group Pub., 2001 - Business & Economics - 374 pages
The objective of Developing Quality Complex Database Systems is to provide opportunities for improving today's database systems using innovative development practices, tools and techniques. Each chapter of this book will provide insight into the effective use of database technology through models, case studies or experience reports. An emphasis is placed on organizational and management issues associated with the use of such technology inclusive of lessons learned and best practices.

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Dimensions of Database Quality
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Metrics for Controlling Database Complexity
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Shirley A. Becker is a professor of computer information systems at Northern Arizona University. She has published over 50 articles in the areas of web usability, web accessibility, database and web technologies, software engineering, and process management. She is an associate and section editor for the Journal of Database Management and Journal of Informing Science, respectively. She is the author of Developing Quality Complex Database Systems and Data Warehousing and Web Engineering. She lives in Flagstaff, Arizona.is a professor of computer information systems at Northern Arizona University. She has published over 50 articles in the areas of web usability, web accessibility, database and web technologies, software engineering, and process management. She is an associate and section editor for the Journal of Database Management and Journal of Informing Science, respectively. She is the author of Developing Quality Complex Database Systems and Data Warehousing and Web Engineering. She lives in Flagstaff, Arizona.is a professor of computer information systems at Northern Arizona University. She has published over 50 articles in the areas of web usability, web accessibility, database and web technologies, software engineering, and process management. She is an associate and section editor for the Journal of Database Management and Journal of Informing Science, respectively. She is the author of Developing Quality Complex Database Systems and Data Warehousing and Web Engineering. She lives in Flagstaff, Arizona.

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