Are you struggling to grasp concepts covered in your module involving database systems? Or, are you keen to learn more about database systems? If so, then Database System Concepts (Fifth edition) is the book for you.
There are 10 parts in this book, which begins with the introduction of databases in order to first familiarize readers with basic knowledge, and progresses to more advanced concepts in subsequent parts. For those new to this subject area, the authors have also included more detailed explanations and examples that seek to clarify and help beginners grasp concepts more easily. For instance, you might come to use MySQL workbench. Users typically take time to orientate themselves with the functions available on this unified visual tool, before they are able to write a correct script code.
What’s more? You might also encounter difficulty in drawing Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) models or figuring out the relationships between each table. This book also covers examples of ERP diagram and relationship structures to help readers better understand how to create ERP models.
However, if you are someone who likes to delve into slightly more advanced database concepts, this book can also provide covers topics such as advanced application development and complex transaction processing.
So, come and take some time to read this book and I believe that you will be able to benefit from the experience!
Call number: QA 76.9.D3 SIL 2006
Written by: CHEN QUNMING