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Advanced course on principles of database systems. Main topics include overview of the relational data model and relational query languages; recursive queries, datalog, and fixed-points; query processing and optimization; database design, dependencies, normal forms, and the chase procedure. Additional topics may include information integration, complex objects, semistructured data, and XML. (Formerly "Database Systems I") Prerequisite(s): course 201 (or equivalent) or consent of instructor. Enrollment restricted to graduate students. Enrollment limited to 20. Offered in alternate academic years. P. Kolaitis, N. Polyzotis, W. Tan
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