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DBMS

abbreviation for database management system.
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Each part of the book begins with a section summarising the key elements of the database systems domain considered, and each chapter is designed as a learning unit aimed at imparting a number of key concepts in the area of database systems.
A distributed file or database system that separates the space allocation function from the higher level application view of the system could allow this to happen.
Because the PointBase database supports key industry standards such as Java, SQL, and JDBC, VisualCafe applications written with PointBase can be easily migrated -- unchanged -- to existing corporate database systems that support SQL interfaces.
Founded in 2003 with the merger of Metapa and Didera, Greenplum combines Metapa's high-performance business intelligence (BI) and analytic infrastructure with Didera's supercomputing platform for scaling database systems.
A distributed and flexible architecture can be configured to meet specific organizational needs whether documents reside in legacy database systems, the Web, institutional news feeds, or other enterprise systems.
Carlis, "Using Scientific Data To Teach A Database Systems Course," SIGCSE, Covington, Kentucky, February 2002, 224-228.
This book's dual purpose is to be a complete reference and a hands-on how-to that goes beyond the manual to create dynamic database systems.
This fifth edition provides a solid and practical foundation for the design, implementation, and management of database systems that will be useful for teaching, self-learning, and reference.
com) is the leading provider of high performance database systems for Web applications, with over four million users worldwide.
Easy to implement and administer, the Angara Data Server virtually eliminates the performance tuning associated with conventional disk-based database systems.
ISIS will offer broad access to public databases through STN International as well as in-house databases to give scientists chemical structures, related text and analytical and test data contained in relational database systems.