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Database Management System Anatomy

Database Management System Anatomy is a book written by James A. Larson. This book is about designing and building database management systems. It covers such topics as introduction to database management, using the BARE database management system, implementing the BARE database management system, database design, describing data, manipulating data, multimodel data management, data architecture, data integrity and security, a framework for database management systems.

This edition was published in 1982 by Lexington Books.

ISBN : 0-669-04544-6

Publisher : Lexington Books

Author : James A. Larson

Format : Hardcover

-James A. Larson-

 

 

 

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Database Management System Anatomy

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH56731. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 
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