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New Lecture Notes

by Roberto V. Zicari on June 7, 2010

I have published a new complete set of lecture notes on object databases, from Martin Hulin (Hochschule Ravensburg-Weingarten).

The lecture notes (397 slides) are called: “Modern Database Techniques”, and are available for free download.

The Content and Course Structure:

Learning module 0: Course Information, Welcome: 1 h
Learning module 1: Introduction to Object Oriented Databases: 4 h
Learning module 2: Concepts of Object Oriented Databases: 40 h
Learning module 3: Client Application and Language Binding: 20 h
Learning module 4: Advanced storage concepts, performance tuning: 10 h
Learning module 5: System Management: 20 h
Learning module 6: Security in Databases: 10 h
Learning module 7: Distributed and Mobile Databases: 25 h
Web conference: Exam Preparation: 2 h

Target group: Students of Computer Science in 5th semester or higher.
Prerequisites: Relational Databases, SQL, Object Oriented Programming, UML .
Duration: Student workload: 120 h –150 h. Lecture and supervised exercises: 64 lessons (45 min).

For all exercises, Martin uses the object oriented database management system
Caché from InterSystems.

You can DOWNLOAD (PDF), the lecture notes at ODBMS.ORG.


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