This paper presents an approach to object view management for relational databases. Such a view mechanism makes it possible for users to transparently work with data in a relational database as if it was stored in an object-oriented OO database. A query against the object view is translated to one A query against the object view is translated to one or several internal queries against the relational database from which the answer is formed.
Required Course Business Data Management [ The conceptual, logical, and physical design of databases will be analyzed.
A database management system will be used as a vehicle for illustrating some of the concepts discussed in the course. Background in a procedurally oriented language C preferred or permission of the instructor.
Does not primarily focus on the technical aspects of data processing and computer operations, though these topics will be discussed largely in the context of case examples. Thus, the emphasis is on the management of systems development rather than on specific tools and techniques.
Students taking this course are expected to gain survey level knowledge of advanced technological tools of managerial information and the ways these tools can be used. Business Analytics Programming [ Programming is the fundamental background skill based on which all Information Systems are built.
Even if it is not your goal to become a software developer, it is essential for an MBA graduate with concentration in Analytics and Information Management to possess a working knowledge of programming and fundamental insights into what a programmer does.
This course provides you with this essential knowledge. No previous knowledge of programming languages is required. However those of you that are familiar with some other language, particularly C or a C derivative, will have an easier ride in the first few weeks.
You need to have access to a personal computer Windows, Mac or Unix will all work. You need to be able to download and install software on this machine. You also need to have access to the internet. Computers and Information Systems [ This course is an alternative to Introduction to Software Development Familiarity with Prim and Kruskal minimum spanning tree algorithms and Dijkstra shortest path algorithm.
This course prepares the students to meet the new challenges in a world of increasing threats to computer security by providing them with an understanding of the various threats and countermeasures. Specifically, students will learn the theoretical advancements in information security, state-of-the-art techniques, standards and best practices.
The topics covered in this course include: Study of security policies, models and mechanisms for secrecy, integrity and availability; Mechanisms for mandatory and discretionary controls; Data models, concepts and mechanisms for database security; Basic cryptology and its applications; Security in computer networks and distributed systems; Identity threat; Control and prevention of viruses and other rogue programs.
Information Technology in the Digital Era [ Students will acquire a basic familiarity with information technology, including database technology, telecommunications, the Internet, usage of technology in the accounting profession, basics of risk management, and applications to marketing.
They will also study the dynamics of the information technology industry. Inductive learning, including decision-tree and neural-network approaches, Bayesian methods, computational learning theory, instance-based learning, explanation-based learning, reinforcement learning, nearest neighbor methods, PAC-learning, inductive logic programming, genetic algorithms, unsupervised learning, linear and nonlinear dimensionality reduction, and kernels methods.The architecture of the open object-oriented database (OODB) management system, its requirements, and its computational model, which builds database functionality as an extensible collection of transparent extensions to existing programming languages, are described.
Tribhuvan University Faculty of Management Office of the Dean This module aims to provide the students the knowledge of Object Oriented Database Management System.
Course Description Semantic Database Models & Systems, Object Oriented Database Systems, OODBMS Architecture – An Introduction, Introducing object oriented programming.
Without getting into the details and complexities of specific commercial products, this book introduces database management techniques that go beyond today's relational database management systems - for instance, distributed, textual, multi-media and vetconnexx.com: James A.
Larson. INTRODUCTION In the past few years, the advancement of database technologies has led the research and development of database systems to more advanced engineering design applications encompassing computer-aided design (CAD), computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), computer-aided engineering (CAE).
and computer-aided software engineering (CASE). Data Management Group, Object-Oriented Database Management System, Object Query Language 1 INTRODUCTION Object-Oriented Databases combine Object-Oriented language capabilities with the storage management functions of the traditional Relational Databases.
The lack of a standard for Object-Oriented. AN EXPLORATION OF OBJECT ORIENTED DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS By Dare Obasanjo Introduction: Why Object Oriented Database Management Systems?
In today's world, Client-Server applications that rely on a database on the server as a data store while servicing requests from multiple clients are quite commonplace.