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Database Systems: Concepts, Design and Applications by S. K. Singh

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Chapter 2 Database System Architecture

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1.Table
2.External Level
3.Physical
4.Entity and class
5.Object-oriented
6.E-R diagram
7.DBMS
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10.Inherits
11.Physical data independence
12.Logical data independence
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14.Conceptual, stored database
15.External, conceptual
16.Upside-down
17.IBM, North American Aviation
18.DBTG/CODASYL, 1960s
19.(a) record type, (b) data items (or fields), (c) links
20.E.F. Codd
21.Client, server.

 

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