Database System Concepts
This popular text in database systems is used in departments of computer science, computer engineering, and electrical engineering. The revision includes more material on SQL, relational models, logical databases, "QB" and "Datalog."
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account-number algorithm allows application programs attributes B+-tree balance bank BCNF block borrow branch-city branch-name bucket buffer candidate key cascading rollback Chapter commit compute concurrency control conflict serializable consider constraints contains corresponding CustAcct customer-city customer-name data item data model database design database management database system DBTG deadlock decomposition defined delete discussed disk domain domain relational calculus Downtown E-R diagram employees ensure entity set example execution expression functional dependencies hash function implementation insert join loan loan-number log records main memory modification multivalued dependencies node object-oriented Perryridge branch pointer primary key query language read(B record type recovery relation scheme relational algebra relational database relational model relationship set require result rollback rule schedule search-key value Section serializability set occurrence stable storage stored strategy structure superkey techniques timestamp transaction tree-structure diagram tuple relational calculus update wait-for graph weak entity write write(Q