Modern Database Management

Modern Database ManagementFree Download Modern Database Management Book in PDF written by Jeffrey A. Hoffer, V. Ramesh & Heikki Topi and Published by Prentice Hall.

According to the Authors, “This text is designed to be used with an introductory course in database management. Such a course is usually required as part of an information systems curriculum in business schools, computer technology programs, and applied computer science departments. The Association for Information Systems (AIS), the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), and the International Federation of Information Processing Societies (IFIPS) curriculum guidelines (e.g., IS 2010) all outline this type of database management course. Previous editions of this text have been used successfully for more than 27 years at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as in management and professional development programs.

This 10th edition of Modern Database Management updates and expands materials in areas undergoing rapid change due to improved managerial practices, database design tools and methodologies, and database technology. Later we detail changes to each chapter. The themes of this 10th edition reflect the major trends in the information systems field and the skills required of modern information systems graduates.

This 10th edition is a humbling milestone. We are extremely grateful for the support of adopters, reviewers, students, colleagues, editors, and publisher staff who have been  with us for some or, in a few cases, all of the past 27 years. Database technology has “grown up” over these years, from a resource for only the most sophisticated organizations to being a mainstay of almost any computing environment. Some topics, such as relational databases, have been a central part of the text from the beginning; other topics, such as data warehousing, business intelligence, object-oriented databases, and databases on the Internet, are newer topics. Database management used to be able to be explained in 531 pages that were about 80 percent the size of current pages, and now it takes 624 larger pages (really, we aren’t just wordier). One of the original authors of this text is still a co-author, while a newer generation of database academic experts now contributes to these pages with zest and creativity. The original book authors were educated in fields other than business information systems, whereas today our newer authors are experienced and educated in this rich field central to the success of modern organizations.

Table of Contents

  1. The Database Environment and Development Process
  2. Modeling Data in the Organization
  3. The Enhanced E-R Model
  4. Logical Database Design and the Relational Model
  5. Physical Database Design and Performance
  6. Introduction to SQL
  7. Advanced SQL
  8. Database Application Development
  9. Data Warehousing
  10. Data Quality and Integration
  11. Data and Database Administration
  12. Overview: Distributed Databases
  13. Overview: Object-Oriented Data Modeling
  14. Overview: Using Relational Databases to Provide Object Persistence
  15. Appendices

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