LECTURE NOTES on DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS


Lecture Notes On Database Management Systems

Book by : Raghu Ramakrishnan and Johannes Gehrke

These notes are available for students and instructors in PDF. These notes are sorted according to the chapters in this book. You can download the notes for all the 28 chapters except for chapter 24. Notes for this particular chapter are not available.

These notes are also available from the website of The University of WISCONSIN, Madison. You can directly download the notes from the chapter wise list provided here. Hope it helps you .

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: ER Model and Conceptual Design

Chapter 3: The Relational Model and SQL DDL

Chapter 4:

Chapter 5: SQL

Chapter 6: Database Application Development

Chapter 7: Database-backed Internet Applications

Chapter 8: Overview of Storage and Indexing

Chapter 9: Data Storage

Chapter 10: Tree Indexes

Chapter 11: Hash Indexes

Chapter 12: Overview of Query Evaluation

Chapter 13: External Sorting

Chapter 14: Evaluation of Relational Operators

Chapter 15: A Typical Relational Optimizer

Chapter 16: Overview of Transaction Management

Chapter 17: Concurrency Control

Chapter 18: Recovery

Chapter 19: Schema Refinement, Functional Dependencies, Normalization

Chapter 20: Physical Database Design, Database Tuning

Chapter 21: Security and Authorization

Chapter 22:

Chapter 23:

Chapter 25: Deductive Databases

Chapter 26: Data Mining

Chapter 27: Information Retrieval and XML Data Management.

Chapter 28: Spatial Databases

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  1. 10Q’s to you all!!!

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