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Database Application Development (3 credits)

A study of database applications, that is, software systems that solve a particular real-world problem and hold their data in a relational database. The systems under study also have a realistic user interface. Students work in small groups on a real-world project specified and implemented during the term. Topics include system specification from user needs, analysis of data flow and work flow, object design, database design, client-server techniques, and rapid prototyping systems.

Pre-requisites

CS615 and CS630.


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