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Database design I. Computer Programming, second course, or equivalent.
To pass the student must be able to use design, techniques and representation methods that are used in modern database management systems for advanced applications.
The course contains a deeper treatment of the database area that comprises
Lectures, problem solving sessions, laboratory work and assignments. Also seminars and guest lectures can occur.
Written examination (3 credits) and assignments (2 credits).
When the course is given in a course block with Database Design I both courses are examined together.
Courses can occur where Database Design I and Database Design II are given integrated in a course block.
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