It includes aspects of SQL programming not found in some other texts: SQL/PSM (persistent stored modules), JDBC (Java interface), and SQL/CLI (ODBC, or open database connectivity). It introduces both object-oriented design, through the ODMG standard ODL, and object-relational design from the SQL-99 standard. It provides extensive coverage of query processing and query optimization, supported by an extended relational algebra that is designed to match the real features of SQL. It covers information integration, including warehousing, mediators, OLAP, data cubes, and data-mining techniques. It explains many important, specialized topics, such as error-correction in RAID disks, bitmap indexes, use of data statistics, and pointer swizzling.
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