Database Design IS414- 2018

Semester: 
Spring

Course Description

This course aims to provide the students with knowledge and skills needed to design relational database schemas ( conceptual and logical design). Design issues related to new database models are also considered. Relational database tuning is taken into consideration after the design concepts are illustrated through the course.

Teaching Assistants

Eng. Ali Zidan , Eng. Ibrahim Gomaa and Eng. Mona Khamis

Text Book

Fundamentals of Database Systems (6th Edition)
Ramez Elmasri (Author), Shamkant Navathe (Author)

Lectures 

Wednesdays 8:00 - 9:30 -- Lecture hall 8
Thursdays 8:00 - 9:30 -- Lecture hall 8

Grading Scheme (Preliminary- Not Final)

60% Final exam
10% Mid-Term exam
8% Assignments (Sheets)
14% Programming Assignemnt + Graph DB Project
3% Workshop in labs
5% Quizzes

Schedule

Week DBD Lecture
 1 Course Overview & Motivation (PDF)
DB Design Process + ERD Notations + Lessons Learned in ERD (PDF)
2 Conceptual Normalization (Functional Dependencies) (PDF)
Conversion (Conceptual to Logical Schema)(PDF)
3 Functional Dependencies Inference rules  (PDF)
Functional Dependencies (Closure, cover, equivalence) (PDF)
4 Functional Dependencies (Non Redundant FDs, Extraneous Attributes) (PDF)
Functional Dependencies (Minimal Cover) (PDF)
5 Normalization using functional dependencies (1st, 2nd, 3rd, BCNF) (PDF)
views (virtual and materialized views) (PDF)
6 Relational Database Tuning (PDF)
Relational Database Tuning (PDF)
7 Relational Database Tuning (PDF)
Relational Database Tuning (PDF)
8 Relational Database Tuning (PDF)
9 MidTerms
10 Graph Databases (PDF)
11 Neo4j Cypher Language (PDF)
12 Neo4j Cypher Language (PDF)
Neo4j Cypher Language (PDF)
13  Neo4j Cypher Language (PDF)

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