|Professors||George Vassilacopoulos Maria Halkidi Christos Manousopoulos|
|Lecture hours||3 hours|
|Lab hours||2 hours|
|Digital resources||View on Evdoxos (Open e-Class)|
The students upon the successful completion of the course will be able:
- to apply the appropriate techniques for programming and managing database systems
- to know the basic storage and data organization structures.
- to apply query processing, query optimization and transaction management mechanisms.
- to understand the mechanisms that ensure the integrity of the system in the case of multiple concurrent users with access to the same data and database recovery methods in case of failure.
- Introduction to Database Management Systems (DBMSs). Fundamental concepts of DBMSs, database applications, overview of data models.
- Data storage and file organization.
- Query processing methods
- Query optimization methods.
- Transaction management: characteristics of a transaction management system.
- Concurrency Control.
- Database recovery methods.
- Parallel and Distributed databases: design, query processing and transaction management in distributed systems.
- Ramakrishnan R. & Gehrke J. (2002): Database Management Systems (3rd Edition), McGraw Hill.
- Elmasri R. & Navathe S.B. (2007): Fundamentals of Database Systems (5th Edition), Addison-Wesley.