dbm384 | undergraduate
Special Purpose Databases
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Distinguishing Special-Purpose Databases
- Create a relational database.
- Differentiate between general purpose and specialized databases.
- Identify uses of special purpose databases in business.
- Explain how temporal databases are used in business.
Understanding Decision Support Databases
- Compare and contrast online transaction processing (OLTP) and online analytical processing (OLAP) databases.
- Describe data warehouses and data mining.
- Design a star schema for a data warehouse project.database is used in business.
Using Spatial Databases
- Describe how spatial databases are used in business.
- Show how structured query language (SQL) is used with spatial databases.
- Explain the importance of indexing with spatial databases.
- Demonstrate how a spatial database is used in business.
Using Multimedia and Mobile Databases
- Discuss how multimedia databases are used in a business environment.
- Explain how mobile databases are used in business.
Using Other Special-Purpose Databases
- Demonstrate how an extensible markup language (XML) database is used.
- Explain how NoSQL databases are being used to store unstructured business data.
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