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Lesson Navigation IconDBS: Concepts and Architectures

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Database Languages and Database Interfaces

So far, we have got to know about data models, data descriptions and the components of a database system.
In this unit, it is explained how 'a data models gets into a database system' and 'how the information gets to the users'. More correctly formulated the following questions will be answered:

  • How does an application interact with a database management system?
  • How does a user look at a database system?
  • How can a user query a database system and view the results in his/her application?
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