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CMP 330

An introduction to the concepts of database processing. An understanding of the physical and logical organization of data relationships such as trees, hierarchies, networks, and flat
files are presented via data models. Methods to achieve these logical relationships such as linked lists, chains, pointers, and inverted files are evaluated. Operational requirements of data base management systems are discussed as are characteristics of hierarchical, network, and relational systems.

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