The design and implementation of pedagogical software for multi-backend/multi-lingual database system.
Little, Craig W.
Hsiao, David K.
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Traditionally, courses in database systems do not use pedagogical software for the purpose of instructing the database systems, despite the progress made in modem database architecture. In this thesis, we present a working document to assist in the instruction of a new database system, the Multi-Backend Database System (MBDS)-and the Multi-Lingual Database System (MLDS). As the course of instruction describes the creation and manipulation of each language, this pedagogical aid will demonstrate, utilizing the live database system, the procedures and methods learned in class.
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