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Database Management SystemsCS 542 Fall 2008Instructor Murali ManiEmail mmani cs wpi eduhttp www cs wpi edu cs542 f08.
08 16 20 Murali Mani CS542 1 Contact and Communication Mailing list of all students instructorcs542 all cs wpi edu08 16 20 Murali Mani CS542 2.
Course Information Introduction to the theory and design of databasemanagement systems DBMSs Who should attend Interested in database systems database.
application development and database research Database application design and development Fundamental concepts in database theory Internals of database management systems Meetings.
Thursday 6 00 pm 8 50 pm at FL 311 Office Hours After class and M 9 30 10 30 am08 16 20 Murali Mani CS542 3 Textbook Raghu Ramakrishnan and Johannes Gehrke.
DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMSMcGraw Hill Publisher Third Edition The book is available in WPI bookstore Book site http www cs wisc edu dbbook .
Useful on line solutions to some problems 08 16 20 Murali Mani CS542 4 Course Material http www cs wpi edu cs542 f08 lecture overheads.
homework assignment project due dates08 16 20 Murali Mani CS542 5 Optional Readings Understanding the New SQL A Complete Guide J .
Melton and A R Simon Morgan Kaufmann 1993 A Guide to the SQL Standard third edition C J Dateand H Darwen Addison Wesley 1994 Database Systems The Complete Book by HectorGarcia Molina Jeff Ullman and Jennifer Widom .
Prentice Hall Fundamentals of Database Systems R Elmasri andS Navathe Benjamin Cummings any edition Database System Concepts 2nd Edition H F Korth and A Silberschatz McGraw Hill any edition .
Principles of Data and Knowledge Base Systems Volume 1 J D Ullman Computer Science Press 08 16 20 Murali Mani CS542 6 Grading Policy Final grades based on 100 points .
30 points Assignments and maybe Quizzes 40 points Exams Final 40pts 30 points Course Project Report Presentation and Demonstration 08 16 20 Murali Mani CS542 7.
Project Grading the difficulty of the project you have chosen solution approach design andimplementation the oral project presentation.
the written documentation of your project successful completion of your intended even if later modified project goals the demonstration of your system includingsuccessful example runs .
If done as a team the understanding of eachteam member of his or her part of the project08 16 20 Murali Mani CS542 8 Cheating and Late Policy NO CHEATING .
All work is to be done on an individual basis unless otherwise indicated No violation of the WPI s guidelines for academicintegrity Late Assignments.
Late assignments will be graded but no credit will If unavoidable situations let the instructor knowWELL IN ADVANCE08 16 20 Murali Mani CS542 9 Schedule Important Dates.
Sep 4 Organization meeting Sep 18 Project Intent due Oct 16 Project Phase I Design Due Nov 6 Project Phase II Operations Due Dec 11 Project Phase III Interface Due.
along with in class demo presentation Dec 18 Final Exam08 16 20 Murali Mani CS542 10Introduction to Database Systems Subject: Database Management Systems Author: Raghu Ramakrishnan and Johannes Gehrke Keywords: Chapter 1 Description: See the notes for information on how the slides are organized. Last modified by: default Created Date: 1/6/1997 6:13:42 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3) Other titles

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