Gillenson's new edition of "Fundamentals of Database Management
Systems" provides concise coverage of the fundamental topics
necessary for a deep understanding of the basics. In this issue,
there is more emphasis on a practical approach, with new "your
turn" boxes and much more coverage in a separate supplement on how
to implement databases with Access.
In every chapter, the author covers concepts first, then show
how they're implemented in continuing case(s.) "Your Turn" boxes
appear several times throughout the chapter to apply concepts to
projects. And "Concepts in Action" boxes contain examples of
concepts used in practice. This pedagogy is easily demonstrable and
the text also includes more hands-on exercises and projects and a
standard diagramming style for the data modeling diagrams.
Furthermore, revised and updated content and organization includes
more coverage on database control issues, earlier coverage of SQL,
and new coverage on data quality issues.
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