CISC 432/3.0 Advanced Database SystemsOriginal Author: Pat Martin
Last Revised: October 18, 2006
Topics include the presentation and storage of data, implementation concerns, and the integration of databases with other areas of computer science.
Prerequisites: CISC 235/3.0, 332/3.0
The course is a second course in database management systems (DBMSs) and provides students with an opportunity to examine DBMSs from a more systems-oriented point of view. Students become familiar with the main components of a large relational DBMS and with the algorithms and concepts used to implement these systems. The course also examines issues related to how systems support the access and management of other important kinds of data, such as multidimensional data and XML data.