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CSE4701 Introduction to Databases
CSE4701
Prof. Steven A. Demurjian
Computer Science & Engineering Department
The University of Connecticut
371 Fairfield Way, Box U-255
Storrs, CT 06269-3255
[email protected]
http://www.engr.uconn.edu/~steve
(860) 486–4818 (Office)
(860) 486-3719 (CSE Office)
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Course Goals
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Provide a Practical Introduction to Database
Models, Theory, and Systems
Focus on Both Theory and Practice
 Theory Demonstrates Strong Mathematical
Basis of Databases (Relational Model and
Concurrency Control)
 Practice Provides Experimental Framework for
Illustrating Theory (Actual Database Systems
and their Usage)
Exposure to Research Problems and Real-World
Experiences
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Course Philosophy
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Introduction to Fundamental Database Concepts
Promotion of Knowledge-Acquisition, SelfLearning, and Independence
 Rapid Evolution of Computing
 Always Must Keep Skills Up-to-Date
 “Learn how to Learn”
Relevance of Database Concepts in Computing
 Software Engineering
 Object-Oriented Computing
 Operating Systems and Networks
 Almost Every Computer Science Area
Practical Exposure to SQL, JDBC, and DB
Platform (MySQL or Oracle)
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Textbooks and Class Materials
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UConn COOP has One Required Text …
 Fundamentals of Database Systems, Elmasri
and Navathe, Addison-Wesley, 3rd (2000) or
4th (2003), 5th (2006), or 6th (2009) editions
CSE255 Web Site at …
www.engr.uconn.edu/~steve/Cse4701/cse4701.html
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All Course Notes, Project Materials, Web Site
Links, Available On-Line
Other Class Materials
 Various other Web Sites
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Syllabus: Weekly Topic Coverage
Weeks
Topic
Chapters
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FOCUS ON CHAPTER TOPIC - NUMBERS FOR 3rd ed.
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1
Introduction/Overview
Ch 1,2
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1.5 Conceptual DB/ER Model
Ch 3,4
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1.5 Relational Model/Algebra
Ch 7
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Data Flow/ER-Relational
Ch 9
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Relational Calculus/SQL
Ch 8
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DB Design, Normal Forms
Ch 14-16
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0.5 Internal Data Storage
Ch 5-6
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1
Query Processing in RDB
Ch 17-18
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DB Impl/Concurrency Cont. Ch 19,20
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Oracle and Embedded SQL
Ch 10
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Concurrency Control - II
Ch 19,20
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1
Security
Ch 22, 11, 12
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Databases, Web, Mining
Ch 26, 27
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One Semester Exams + Final Exam
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Course Projects and Exams
Must Pass Both Projects And Exams to PASS!!!
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Projects: Individual &/or Team (30-50% of Grade)
 In Process of Being Defined
 See Next Slide
Exams (40-50% of Grade)
 Likely Two Exams and Final
 Open Book and Open Notes
Home works (0-20%)
 Throughout the Semester - In Class also
 If no credit, Up to 2 Bonus Pts. Per Handed in
Assignment
Fall 2007 – 40%P, 50%E, 20%H
Note: All Subject to Change – Use Breakdown
that Most Benefits Students
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Potential Course/Semester Project
Some combination of Following
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Research Project on Advanced Database Topic
 5-7 page paper, 10 slide PPT, proof of concept demo
 XML DBs, Big Data DBs, OO DBs, Genomic DBs,
Web DBs, Statistical DBs, Public Health Surveillance
DBs, Databases/AI, Multimedia DBs, Temporal &
Spatial DBs, Real-Time DBs, Embedded DBs
Programmatic Exercises
 Access to Databases using ODBC/JDBC and/or
Hibernate (http://hibernate.org/)
 Extracting info from via REST-APIs, JSON, XML, etc.
 Database Loading/Conversion – Schema Level,
Instance Level, Importing Data from csv and other
files, etc.
 Mobile Apps and Databases
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Main Software for Class
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MySQL and MySQL Workbench
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Loading a Database Schema
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The Database Tables
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Extended Entity Relation Diagram
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Querying the Database
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Query Results Window
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Cheating/Collaboration
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Not Tolerated in Any Form!!!
Severe Penalties are Likely!!!
See University of Connecticut Student Conduct
Code
All Homeworks/Some Project Represent
Individual Effort!
Remaining Projects Represent Team Effort
Cooperative Problem Solving and Sharing Code is
NOT Permitted and Will Likely Lead to Fs!
Electronic Information is More Accessible!
Use Protection Capabilities on your Account to
Protect your Files!
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Lateness Policies/Exams
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Late Assignments (Projects) will Not be Accepted
Except with Prior Permission or Emergencies
Prior Permission: Contact the Instructor Three
Days Before the Due Date
Emergencies: Illness, Death in the Family, etc.
Contact
 S. Demurjian at ITE265, x6-4818, by
[email protected], or via the CSE Office,
ITE250, x6-3719
A Late Assignment is Recorded as a Zero Grade
Assignment Due Date Means Start of Class!!!
Makeup on Absent Exam at Instructor’s Discretion
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Class Attendance and Computing
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Attendance in Class is …
 Responsibility of each Student
 May Result in Missing Hint/Clarification/Error
on Class Project
 Change in Due Date or Exam Date
 I Won’t Guarantee that All Information Makes
it to Web!
Computing for Class is …
 Predominately PCs - ITE Concourse Level or
Engineering Learning Center (ITE 1st floor)
 Take Files with You!
 Your Responsibility to Protect Your Files
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