Table of contents for Database systems : an application-oriented approach / Michael Kifer, Arthur Bernstein, Philip M. Lewis.

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 Preface
 PART 1 INTRODUCTION
 Chap. 1 Overview of Databases and Transactions
 Chap. 2 The Big Picture
 PART 2 DATABASE MANAGEMENT
 Chap. 3 The Relational Data Model
 Chap. 4 Conceptual Modeling of Databases with Entity-Relationship
 Diagrams and the Unified Modeling Language
 Chap. 5 Relational Algebra and SQL
 Chap. 6 Database Design with the Relational Normalization Theory
 Chap. 7 Triggers and Active Databases
 Chap. 8 Using SQL in an Application
 PART 3 OPTIMIZING DBMS PERFORMANCE AND TRANSACTION PROCESSING
 Chap. 9 Physical Data Organization and Indexing
 Chap. 10 The Basics of Query Processing
 Chap. 11 An Overview of Query Optimization
 Chap. 12 Database Tuning
 Chap. 13 An Overview of Transaction Processing
 PART 4 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING ISSUES AND DOCUMENTATION
 Chap. 14 Requirements and Specifications
 Chap. 15 Design, Coding, and Testing
 PART 5 ADVANCED TOPICS IN DATABASES
 Chap. 16 Relational Calculus, Visual Query Languages,
 and Deductive Databases
 Chap. 17 Object Databases
 Chap. 18 XML and Web Data
 Chap. 19 Distributed Databases
 Chap. 20 OLAP and Data Mining
 PART 6 TRANSACTION PROCESSING
 Chap. 21 ACID Properties of Transactions
 Chap. 22 Models of Transactions
 Chap. 23 Implementing Isolation
 Chap. 24 Isolation in Relational Databases
 Chap. 25 Atomicity and Durability
 PART 7 DISTRIBUTED APPLICATIONS AND THE WEB
 Chap. 26 Architecture of Transaction Processing Systems
 Chap. 27 Implementing Distributed Transactions
 Chap. 28 Web Services
 Chap. 29 Security and Electronic Commerce
 Bibliography
 Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Database management.
Transaction systems (Computer systems).