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Computer Information Systems (CIS 100) Chapter 12-Databases

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Chapter 12 – Databases – Lecture notes 12-database tables can be related or connected to other tables by common key fields.

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Introduction to Computer Information Systems (CIS 100)

Databases
Competencies
After you have read this chapter, you should be able to:
1 Distinguish between the physical and logical views of data.
2 Describe how data is organized: characters, fields, records, tables, and databases.
3 Define key fields and how they are used to integrate data in a database.
4 Define and compare batch processing and real-time processing.
5 Describe databases, including the need for databases, and database management
systems (DBMS).
6 Describe the five common database models: hierarchical, network, relational, multidimensional,
and object-oriented.
7 Distinguish among individual, company, distributed, and commercial databases.
8 Discuss strategic database uses and security concerns.

Databases
Competencies
After you have read this chapter, you should be able to:
1 Distinguish between the physical and logical views of data.
2 Describe how data is organized: characters, fields, records, tables, and databases.
3 Define key fields and how they are used to integrate data in a database.
4 Define and compare batch processing and real-time processing.
5 Describe databases, including the need for databases, and database management
systems (DBMS).
6 Describe the five common database models: hierarchical, network, relational, multidimensional,
and object-oriented.
7 Distinguish among individual, company, distributed, and commercial databases.
8 Discuss strategic database uses and security concerns.

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