Advanced Database Systems
(BSA: Database structures and algorithms / Basi di dati strutture e algoritmi -
Advanced data models)
Advanced Database Systems - also known as Basi di Dati 2 - is a 9 credits course of the Laurea Magistrale in Computer Science. Students of the Laurea Magistrale in Business Informatics may choose to only follow the first 6 credits and have a grade in that part of the course, whose name is 'BSA: Database structures and algorithms'. The course is 6 hours a week for all students. The course lasts for three months, but students who only follow the first 6 credits will only need t o follow the first two months - 6 hours per week.
Office hours before 17th of July
Office hours of the 5th and the 12th are cancelled, but I will have extra office hours on Friday 14th from 3PM to 6PM.
In this period I will do my best to answer your questions by email. Please feel free to contact me that way.
Notes for the exam
The day of the exam I will distribute a copy of
to every student. Here you find a reminder of all OWL operators.
- Relational DBMS Internals, by A. Albano et al, freely available for personal use only. This book covers all, and only, the BSA part.
Here you can find the solutions of
some of the exercises in the book.
Web Data Management, also known as WeDaM, by Serge Abiteboul, Ioana Manolescu, Philippe Rigaux, Marie-Christine Rousset, Pierre Senellart, freely available for personal use only. Parts of this book will be used in the Advanced Data Models part.
- Database structures and algorithms (6 credits)
- Advanced data models (3 credits)
One note documents
- First intermediate test
- Second intermediate test
- Full course test (9 credits)