DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (DBMS): A PRACTICAL APPROACH, 5/e

DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (DBMS): A PRACTICAL APPROACH, 5/e

Authors : DR. RAJIV CHOPRA

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About the Author

DR. RAJIV CHOPRA :-  
He Ph.D., is Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science/ IT at Guru Tegh Bahadur Institute of Technology (GTBIT), GGSIPU, Delhi. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Banasthali Vidyapith University; M.Tech. (IT) from GGSIPU, Delhi; MIT from MAHE, Manipal University and B.E. (Computer Science and Engineering) from SDM College of Engineering and Technology, Dharwad. 
Dr. Chopra teaches graduate and professional courses particularly addressing the utilization of information technologies, website testing and software engineering to enhance organizational efficiency and innovation. He has a teaching experience of more than 17 years including 1 year in software industry. He has authored more than 21 books and has to his credit, several research publications in open, peer-reviewed, indexed, refereed international Journals as well as International Conferences all of which are online now. He has reviewed several books and papers too. Dr. Chopra holds a lifetime membership of ISTE, New Delhi and is a Crezone Certified Ethical Hacker (CCEH), New Delhi.
 

About the Book

 
This comprehensive book, now in its Fifth Edition, continues to discuss the principles and concept of Database Management System (DBMS). It introduces the students to the different kinds of database management systems and explains in detail the implementation of DBMS. The book provides practical examples and case studies for better understanding of concepts and also incorporates the experiments to be performed in the DBMS lab. A competitive pedagogy includes Summary, MCQs, Conceptual Short Questions (with answers) and Exercise Questions.
This book is designed for B.E./B.Tech. students of Computer Science, Information Technology and Computer Science and Engineering. Besides, it will also be useful to the students of ECE, EEE, BCA and MCA.
 

Table of Content

 
• Introduction to DBMS • Relational Model, Languages and Systems • SQL • Normalization • Oracle 8 Architecture • Transaction Management • Concurrency Control Techniques • Recovery and Atomicity • Buffer Management • OODBMS — Object - Oriented DBMS • Parallel Databases • Web Databases • Advanced Topics in DBMS • Case Study — Data warehousing and Data Mining