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Concepts, approaches, tools, and methodology of database design. Topics include the entity-relationship model; the relational data model; normal forms; commercial languages such as SQL (SQL constraints, SQL triggers, and update languages); query-by-example (QBE); XML data model, and XML query language (XQuery); as well as relational database-management support for XML and object-relational features in database-management systems. Involves a database-application development project. Prerequisite(s): course 12B. Course intended for non-majors; computer science majors should enroll in course 180. N. Polyzotis, W. Tan
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