Developing Quality Complex Database Systems: Practices, Techniques, and Technologies
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
Metrics for Controlling Database Complexity
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ACTD algorithm analysis approach attributes Bellatreche bytes chapter complex Computer constraints cost data mining data modeling data quality data warehouse data warehousing database applications database design database quality database schema database systems defined dimension tables domain knowledge elements employees Engineering entity types evaluation example extensional fact table Figure flexible query foreign key fragments framework functional hypermedia hypertext hypothesis identified implementation inclusion dependencies Information Systems integration intensional answers interface join knowledge discovery mapping rules materialized views measures metadata methodology methods metrics Module NaLER node object databases object-oriented object-relational ODMG OLAP operations optimization organization organizational partitioning patterns performance predicates problem proposed query processing RDWM relational database relationship represented requirements result retrieval SELECT semantic model specific standard star schema structure supply chain techniques telemedicine unit updates views and indices Wrapper