Database System Concepts
This acclaimed revision of a classic database systems text offers a complete background in the basics of database design, languages, and system implementation. It provides the latest information combined with real-world examples to help readers master concepts. All concepts are presented in a technically complete yet easy-to-understand style with notations kept to a minimum. A running example of a bank enterprise illustrates concepts at work. To further optimize comprehension, figures and examples, rather than proofs, portray concepts and anticipate results.
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abort account-number algorithm allow applications attributes B+-tree balance bank BCNF block branch-city branch-name bucket buffer candidate key Chapter commit concurrency concurrency control conflict serializability consider constraints contains customer-city customer-name data item data model database system Datalog deadlock decomposition defined delete depositor disk domain E-R diagram employee ensure entity set example execution expression failure functional dependencies hash function implement insert loan loan-number log records main memory manager multivalued dependencies node object object-oriented operation optimization output parallel partitioning performance Perryridge branch pointers primary key processing processors protocol query query optimization recovery relation schema relational algebra relational database relational-algebra relationship set result retrieve rolled back rule schedule search-key value Section serializability server shown in Figure specified stable storage stored structure superkey techniques timestamp transaction tuple relational calculus tuples update variables view serializability weak entity workflow write