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Introduction to Database Systems Paperback – 1 May 2006

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A very good introductory database text 30 Aug. 2005
By Gill Dobbie - Published on
Format: Paperback
This book provides an introduction to the important and fundamental database concepts, with a good balance of practice and theory. The book covers topics relevant to data modelling and database querying for relational database technology. The material is covered in a succinct and very clear manner, making the book ideal for both teaching and learning. It provides a student with the facts, and examples that illustrate the facts, and a teacher can put his/her own spin on the material.

I would recommend this book to anyone who is wanting to understand and apply fundamental concepts of the relational data model.
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