128DBMS -- Database Systems and Management Information Systems

Weekly load 1+2 Credits 3
Semester W Assessment Z, ZK

Design of primary system database, database implementation using SQL, data retrieval from transaction systems and data processing, OLAP measures and dimensions design and implementation, results reporting using pivot charts and tables.

Goals of Study:
Goal of the subject is to gain knowledge in branch of database systems and management information systems including data retriaval from transaction systems and results reporting using pivot charts and tables.

Outline of Lectures:
1. Explanation of keywords (data, information, knowledge, information system), Architectures of information systems
2. Analysis and design of transaction systems.
3. Data modeling using ER diagram, SQL - data types
4. SQL - database implementation
5. SQL - data retrieval
6. Management information systems, OLAP measures and dimensions, pivot tables and charts

Outline of Excercises:
1 - 3 - Reporting using pivot charts and tables
4 - 7 - Relational database design and implementation
8 - 13 - Data retrieval from databases, data processing and reporting.

Recommended literature:
1. ARLOW, Jim. UML 2 and the unified process: practical object-oriented analysis and design. Vyd. 1. Boston: Addison-Wesley, 2005, 592 s. ISBN 03-213-2127-8.
2. AMBLER, Scott W. The elements of UML 2.0 style. Cambridg: Cambridge University Press, 2005, xi, 188 s. ISBN 978-0-521-61678-2.
3. THOMSEN, Erik. OLAP solutions: multidimensional information systems. Vyd. 1. New York: John Wiley, 2002, 661 s. ISBN 04-714-0030-0.
4. MySQL Reference Manuals - http://dev.mysql.com

Information system, management information system, SQL, OLAP, MOLAP, ROLAP, HOLAP, ER model, relational database, pivot table, pivot chart

Teacher: Ing. Kaiser Jiří Ph.D.

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