Database Management Systems
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- 31 Jul 2023
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- Perform data analytics using advanced SQL.
- Utilise advanced data types to create database and perform data retrieval queries.
- Create NoSQL database structure and perform data retrieval queries.
- Improve database performance through the database queries tuning.
- Explain the database management system architecture, storage organisation and index techniques.
- DBMS concept.
- Data consolidation.
- Advanced SQL.
- Performance evaluation.
- Database extension.
You must have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject:
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This subject covers important concepts of database management systems and recent developments in the area. How various database technologies are utilised to support the need of modern database systems. Several well known RDBMS and non-RDBMS platforms will be observed. Advanced application and implementation of database management systems, such as data analytic queries, non-relational databases and complex data types will be covered as well. Case studies using real industry-based sample dataset and problems will enrich students' experiences. Future trends of database management systems will also be studied and discussed to broaden students' horizon to deal with future advancement in the area.
- Weekly lab assessment for 10 weeks (equivalent to 1000 words in total) (20%)
- Assignment (equivalent to 1000 words). (30%)
- One 2-hour examination (Equivalent to 2000 words) (50%)
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