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lectures Chapter 2 Database Environment Transparencies by Conolly-Carolyn E. Begg, Thomas Connolly

Chapter 2 Database Environment Transparencies Book Database systems by Conolly-Carolyn E. Begg, Thomas Connolly

  • Purpose of three-level database architecture.
  • Contents of external, conceptual, and internal levels.
  • Purpose of external/conceptual and conceptual/internal mappings.
  • Meaning of logical and physical data independence.
  • Distinction between DDL and DML.
  • A classification of data models.
  • Purpose/importance of conceptual modeling.
  • Typical functions and services a DBMS should provide.
  • Function and importance of system catalog.
  • Software components of a DBMS.
  • Meaning of client–server architecture and advantages of this type of architecture for a DBMS.
  • Function and uses of Transaction Processing Monitors.

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