Nancy Hartline Bercich

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As our reliance on computers and computerized data has increased, we have come to expect more from our computers. We no longer expect our computers to act as large expensive calculators that merely spit out bills and paychecks. We now, additionally, expect our systems to rapidly access and interactively present us with large volumes of accurate data. In(More)
What is a database? Elsmari and Navathe [ELS00] define a database as a collection of related data. By this definition, a database can be anything from a homemaker's metal recipe file to a sophisticated data warehouse. Of course, today when we think of databases we seldom think of a simple box of cards. We invariably think of computerized data and their DBMS(More)
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