Database Systems: Concepts, Design and Applications is a comprehensive introduction to the vast and important field of database systems. It presents a thorough treatment of the principles that govern these systems and provides a detailed survey of the future development in this field.
It serves as a textbook for both undergraduate and postgraduate students of computer science and engineering, information technology as well as those enrolled in BCA, MCA, and MBA courses. It will also serve as a handbook for practicing engineers and as a guide for research and field personnel at all levels.
Covering the concepts, design, and applications of database systems, this book is divided into eight main parts consisting of 27 chapters.
The first ...