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BINUS INTERNATIONAL

IS220 - Database Systems Syllabus SCU

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4 credits

ECTS

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NONE

Pre-requisites

NONE

Teaching Team

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L1121 - Amit Kumar, M.Comp ( akumar711@gmail.com )

Unit Outline EVEN Semester 2009 Syllabus Designed by

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Abubakar Siddiq, M.I.T

BINUS INTERNATIONAL Joseph Wibowo Center - BINUS UNIVERSITY Jl.Hang Lekir I No. 6 Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta Selatan 12120, Indonesia


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1. Course Description

Database management systems are the essential part of any today’s computerized Information Systems. Organization depends on their corporate databases to store, manage and distribute information for a variety of needs. Increasingly, corporations initiate more comprehensive information systems which support their business process. This creates an even more complex situation in the design and implementation of database in the information system. This subject will familiarize students with central issues of a database management system. 2. Learning Outcomes

At the completion of this subject, students are expected to understand: 1. File organization and storage structures of a database management system. 2. The basics of the relational model as well as the relational algebra and calculus. 3. The essential knowledge related to object-oriented database management system. 4. Database security. 3. Course Structure Presentation by lecturer, group discussion/presentation, problem set, case studies, etc 4. Course Requirements None 5. Text And Other Resourcces 5.1 Text

Connolly, T. M., Database Systems: A Practical Approach to Design, Implementation, and Ma 5.2 Other Resources

Rob, P., & Coronel, C, Database Systems: Design, Implementation and Management, 6, Thom Hoffer, J. A, Prescott, M., & McFadden, F. R, Modern Database Management, 6, Prentice Hal 6. Course Outline

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Week

Topic

Description

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Introduction to Database Management System

Chapter 1, Chapter 2

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File organization and Storage Structures

Appendix C

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The Relational Model

Chapter 3

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Relational Algebra and Relational Calculus

Chapter 4

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Introduction to Object DBMS

Chapter 25

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Object-Oriented DBMS: Concepts

Chapter 26

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Object-Oriented DBMS: Concepts

Chapter 26

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Object-Oriented DBMS: Standards and Systems

Chapter 27

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Object-Oriented DBMS: Standards and Systems

Chapter 27

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Object-Relational DBMS

Chapter 28

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Object-Relational DBMS

Chapter 28

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Database Security

Chapter 19

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Subject Review

All related chapters

7. Assesment 7.1 Component NO

Components

Percentage

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GROUP ASSIGNMENT

20%

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MID EXAM

30%

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FINAL EXAM

40%

4

CLASS PARTICIPATION

10%

7.2 Class Policies

You should complete the required preparation before attending the session. Additional readings may also be required. 7.3 Submission And Collection Of Assignment

There is a group assignment which requires students to form a group of 4 (four) students. The gr 8. General Information

Students are required to be familiar with the BINUS UNIVERSITY – BINUS INTERNATIONAL Code of Conduct, and to abide by its terms and conditions. 8.1 Copying of Copyright Material By Student A condition of acceptance as a student is the obligation to abide by the University’s policy on the copying of copyright material. This obligation covers photocopying of any material using the University’s photocopying machines, and the recording off air, and making subsequent copies,

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of radio or television broadcasts, and photocopying textbooks. Students who flagrantly disregard University policy and copyright requirements will be liable to disciplinary action under the Code of Conduct. 8.2 Academic Misconduct

Please refer to the Code of Conduct for definitions and penalties for Academic Misconduct , plagiarism, collusion, and other specific acts of academic dishonesty. Academic honesty is crucial to a student's credibility and self-esteem, and ultimately reflects the values and morals of the University as a whole. A student may work together with one or a group of students discussing assignment content, identifying relevant references, and debating issues relevant to the subject. Academic investigation is not limited to the views and opinions of one individual, but is built by forming opinion based on past and present work in the field. It is legitimate and appropriate to synthesize the work of others, provided that such work is clearly and accurately referenced. Plagiarism occurs when the work (including such things as text, figures, ideas, or conceptual structure, whether verbatim or not) created by another person or persons is used and presented as one’s own creation, unless the source of each quotation or piece of borrowed material is acknowledged with an appropriate citation. Encouraging or assisting another person to commit plagiarism is a form of improper collusion and may attract the same penalties. To prevent Academic Misconduct occurring, students are expected to familiarize themselves with the University policy, the Subject Outline statements, and specific assignment guidelines. Students should also seek advice from Subject Leaders on acceptable academic conduct. 8.2.1

8.2.2

Guidelines To Avoid Plagiarism

Whenever you copy more than a few words from any source, you must acknowledge that source by putting the quote in quotation marks and providing the name of the author. Full details must be provided in your bibliography. If you copy a diagram, statistical table, map, etc., you must acknowledge the source. The recommended way is to show this under the diagram. If you quote any statistics in your text, the source should be acknowledged. Again full details must be provided in your bibliography. Whenever you use the ideas of any other author you should acknowledge those , using the APA (American Psychological Association) style of referencing. Students are encouraged to co-operate, but collusion is a form of cheating. Students may use any sources (acknowledged of course) other than the assignments of fellow students. Unless your Subject Leader informs you otherwise, the following guideline should be used: Students may work together in obtaining references, discussing the content of the references and discussing the assignment, but when they write, they must write alone. Referencing For Written Work Referencing is necessary to acknowledge others' ideas, avoid plagiarism, and allow readers to access those others’ ideas. Referencing should: 1. Acknowledge others' ideas 2. Allow readers to find the source 3. Be consistent in format and 4. Acknowledge the source of the referencing format To attain these qualities, the school recommends use of either the Harvard or American Psychological Association style of referencing, both of which use the author/date.

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8.2.3

Referencing Standards

APA style referencing.

Checked By

Huibert Andi Wenas, M.Sc. Head of School - Information System BINUS INTERNATIONAL

Approved By

Minaldi Loeis, M.Sc., MM. Dean of Program BINUS INTERNATIONAL

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