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Distributed Database Systems

2018HT

Status Open for interest registrations
School National Graduate School in Computer Science (CUGS)
Division ADIT
Owner Olaf Hartig
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Course plan

Lectures

16 hours

Recommended for

Doctoral students in computer science

The course was last given

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Goals

After the course the students should have a general understanding of the principles and the foundations of distributed database systems. In particular, students will learn different strategies for designing distributed databases, and they will get an overview of query processing techniques and of transaction management and concurrency control concepts that are used in distributed database systems. Additionally, they will learn about design and implementation issues related to multidatabase systems.

Prerequisites

Course on Database Technology (TDDD12/TDDD37/TDDD46/TDDD74/TDDD81)

Contents

- Architectures for distributed database systems
- Designing distributed databases
- Distributed query processing and optimization
- Distributed concurrency control
- Distributed reliability protocols
- Data replication
- Federated data management
- Database integration
- The Web as a distributed database system

Organization

The course consists of lectures, student presentations, and project or term paper work.

Literature

Collection of articles; (recommended) book: Özsu and Valduriez: “Principles of Distributed Database Systems” Third Edition, Springer 2011.

Lecturers

Olaf Hartig

Examiner

Olaf Hartig

Examination

Attendance, presentation, and term paper or project

Credit

6

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