KTU Database Management Systems Notes 2019 Scheme S4 CSE

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KTU Database Management Systems Notes 2019 Scheme S4 CSE

Database Management Systems (DBMS) CST204 of KTU provides a clear understanding of the basic principles of Database Management System (DPMS). Topics covered in this course include basic DPMS concepts, organizational relationship (ER) models, relational database theory, related algebra, Structured Query Language (SQL), physical data structures, normalization and transaction processing concepts. Of course, the alternative data management model provides an overview of NoSQL. 

This course helps companies manage data effectively by identifying appropriate structures for maintaining data assets and developing applications that use database technologies. You can learn KTU topics through our excellent research material including notes, presentations and final question papers, easily available on our website (www.keralanotes.com).

Board KTU
Scheme 2019 New Scheme
Year Second Year
Semester S4  Computer Science
Subject CST204 | Database Management Systems Notes 
Credit 4 Credit
Category KTU S4 Computer Science 

KTU S4 CSE Database Management Systems | CST204 | Notes (2019 Scheme)

Are you in need of study materials for Database Management Systems CST204? For the final DBMS, there will be two parts; Part A and Part B. Part A contains 10 questions with 2 questions from each module, having 3 marks for each question. Students should answer all questions. Part B contains 2 questions from each module of which a student should answer anyone. Each question can have a maximum of 2 sub-divisions and carries 14 marks.


Module 1

Module 1 - Syllabus

Introduction & Entity-Relationship (ER) Model

Concept & Overview of Database Management Systems (DBMS) - Characteristics of the Database system, Database Users, structured, semi-structured and unstructured data. Data Models and Schema - Three Schema architecture. Database Languages, Database architectures and classification. 

ER model - Basic concepts, entity set & attributes, notations, Relationships and constraints, cardinality, participation, notations, weak entities, relationships of degree 3.

Module 1 - Notes

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Module 2

Module 2 - Syllabus

Relational Model

Structure of Relational Databases - Integrity Constraints, Synthesizing ER diagram to relational schema 

Introduction to Relational Algebra - select, project, cartesian product operations, join - Equi-join, natural join. query examples, introduction to Structured Query Language (SQL), Data Definition Language (DDL), Table definitions and operations – CREATE, DROP, ALTER, INSERT, DELETE, UPDATE.

Module 2 - Notes

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Module 3

Module 3 - Syllabus

SQL DML (Data Manipulation Language), Physical Data Organization

SQL DML (Data Manipulation Language) - SQL queries on single and multiple tables, Nested queries (correlated and non-correlated), Aggregation and grouping, Views, assertions, Triggers, SQL data types. 

Physical Data Organization - Review of terms: physical and logical records, blocking factor, pinned and unpinned organization. Heap files, Indexing, Singe level indices, numerical examples, Multi-level-indices, numerical examples, B-Trees & B+-Trees (structure only, algorithms not required), Extendible Hashing, Indexing on multiple keys – grid files.

Module 3 - Notes

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Module 4

Module 4 - Syllabus

Normalization:

Different anomalies in designing a database, The idea of normalization, Functional dependency, Armstrong’s Axioms (proofs not required), Closures and their computation, Equivalence of Functional Dependencies (FD), Minimal Cover (proofs not required). First Normal Form (1NF), Second Normal Form (2NF), Third Normal Form (3NF), Boyce Codd Normal Form (BCNF), Lossless join and dependency preserving decomposition, Algorithms for checking Lossless Join (LJ) and Dependency Preserving (DP) properties.

Module 4 - Notes

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Module 5

Module 5 - Syllabus

Transactions, Concurrency and Recovery, Recent Topics

Transaction Processing Concepts - overview of concurrency control, Transaction Model, Significance of concurrency Control & Recovery, Transaction States, System Log, Desirable Properties of transactions. 

Serial schedules, Concurrent and Serializable Schedules, Conflict equivalence and conflict serializability, Recoverable and cascade-less schedules, Locking, Two-phase locking and its variations. Log-based recovery, Deferred database modification, check-pointing. Introduction to NoSQL Databases, Main characteristics of Key-value DB (examples from: Redis), Document DB (examples from: MongoDB) 

Main characteristics of Column - Family DB (examples from Cassandra) and Graph DB (examples from ArangoDB)

Module 5 - Notes

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