Written by one of the world's leading database authorities, Database Concepts 3e, introduces the essential concepts students need to create and use small databases. Appropriate for all introductory courses or brief courses on database development and management, as well as database courses designed around specific database products such as Microsoft Access, SQL Server, or MySQL.
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PART 1 FUNDAMENTALS
The Relational Model
Structured Query Language
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