This book provides a through grounding in the design and implementation of database management systems. Key features Covers basic as well as advanced file organisation techniques with emphasis on low level record organisation, buffer caching, indexing and hashing techniques. Discusses in detail relational data model including semantic and object-oriented modeling, network or CODASYL data model along with brief presentation of hierarchical data model. Includes relational query languages like SQL, QUEL, and QBE as also the commercially available softwares such as ORACLE and INGRESS. Comprehensive coverage of important topics such as database security and integrity discussing access control techniques, private and public key cryptography and statistical inference. Highlight the importance of integration of logic and database for developing knowledge-based systems. Explores various aspects of distributed databases such as design, realization, query processing, concurrency control, and database recovery.

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