INLS 523_001, Database 1,
Introduction to Database
Database 1, Fall 2011
Time: Tuesdays and
Thursdays, 12:30 - 1:45
Place: 307 Manning
at email dot unc dot edu
Tuesday and Thursday, 11:00 - 12:00,
and by appointment
This course will introduce the basic concepts and applications
of relational database management systems,
including semantic modeling and relational database theory.
- User requirements and specifications
- Semantic data modeling
- Relational model
- Normalization and data quality
- Related topics and emerging technologies
- Develop a general
understanding of databases, and specific understanding of the
relational database model.
- Gain experience with
both the theoretical and practical aspects of database design and implementation..
- Be able to weigh,
discuss, and justify design decisions.
- Learn about concepts
involved in database operation.
- Gain an
understanding of important ideas for databases of the future.
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