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1 Syllabus for ISM : Database Systems Department of Software and Information Systems Achi Racov School of Engineering Kinneret College on the Sea of Galilee Instructor: Michael J. May Semester 1 of Course Details The course meets 9:00am 11:00am on Sundays. The Targil for the course is 12:00pm 2:00pm on Sundays. The course has 2 hours of lecture and 2 hours of Targil. The Targil will be run by Aviva Abdel. She will be responsible for running the Targil and assignments for the course, but the instructor will maintain overall responsibility for all material taught in the course and Targil sessions. 2 Overview The course covers the fundamentals of database systems, Entity-Relationship Models, SQL schema definitions and normalization, Relational Algebra, and SQL queries. Students will be introduced to writing SQL queries and scripts manually as well as the use of visual database tools based on the Microsoft SQL Server Database Management System (DBMS). Time permitting, SQL database connections from code will be covered as well. As part of the course, students will develop a semester project as an exercise of the concepts covered in the lecture. Students are expected to have a proficiency in Java or C# as help in executing the semester project. Course Prerequisites : Logic. Course prerequisites are ISM : File Processing and Organization and ISM 3 Lecture Schedule The course lectures are structured in the following way. The relevant chapters for the Ramakrishnan and Gehrke (RG) book are shown below. 1

2 # Subject RG 1 Database Uses, ERD Intro ERD 2 3 Relational Model Relational Model Translating from ERD SQL Query Basics Relational Algebra Nested and Aggregate Queries Aggregate Queries Nulls, Constraints Database Connections 6 11 Normalization: FDs, Normal Forms Normalization: Normal Forms Normalization: Decomposition Assignments Three self checked assignments will be assigned during the course of the semester. The assignments will include some theoretical work, but also include a significant amount of hands on SQL programming. Students must submit all assignments assigned during the semester, but they will not be graded. The answer key for each assignment will be published after the due date to help students evaluate their own performance. The performance or non-performance of the assignments will not affect the final course grade. Students may receive feedback on their work by coming to office hours or during scheduled times during targil periods. Additionally, one (1) graded homework assignment will be given during the course of the semester. 5 Student Projects A required segment of the course is the student database project. Students will develop their database projects in teams of one or two (2) students. Groups of three (3) students will be allowed in exceptional circumstances only. Students who do not submit a semester project will not be given a final grade for the course. In the first Targil of the course, the instructor will give an outline of the expected scope and size of the semester project along with a list of project suggestions, including those used in past years by students. Students may choose a project from the list or choose another topic. Only one team may work on a given project topic. Students must submit their topic choice for approval by the date specified in the project documents. The student project will be developed in phases during the semester. As topics are covered in class, students will be required to submit the relevant documents, design, or code for their project submission. The following table summarizes the phases of the project. Due dates will be specified in a separate project document. Project Phase What is due Weight Entity-Relationship Diagrams ERD for the project 25% Relations Relations, Keys based on the ERD 25% Views Views for reports 20% DB User Interface UI Code 15% Final Presentation and Report Presentation 5% Final Report 5% Timeliness of submissions 5% 2

3 The project will be graded as a whole at the end of the semester after the final submission of the project with weights given to the individual parts as shown above. The interim submissions and the 5% timeliness grade are to help students pace themselves throughout the semester. During the course of the semester, each group is expected to meet with the instructor during office hours to discuss each phase as it is submitted (at least four times, once per phase). During the meeting, the instructor will give feedback on the group s work and guidance for what needs to be corrected or improved. Each student team will present its project during the last Targil of the semester on 25 January Each member of the student team must take an active part in presenting the project at the Targil session. Team members who do not take part in presenting their project will be assigned 0 points for the Presentation and Final Report phase of their project (10% of the total grade). Students must also submit a project report including all design and development documents related to the project by 30 January A short user guide and self-evaluation section must be submitted as well. At each phase in the project, detailed instructions about what is expected to be submitted will be given to the students and posted on the course web site. 6 Recitation and Laboratory Work Targil sessions are a combination of recitation and hands on experimentation sessions. Students may ask questions during the session and the instructor will answer all questions and issues posed. 7 Attendance Students are responsible for all material presented in class and targil, all assigned readings, and all material provided for additional reading out of class. Attendance of lectures and targil sessions is expected and required for this course. Attendance will be taken from time to time, but will not be taken into consideration in the calculation of the course grade. Students who miss lectures do so at their own risk and expense and will be expected to make up missed material on their own. Students who know they will be missing two or more lectures due to circumstances beyond their control should inform the instructor as soon as possible before or after the fact to prevent misunderstandings or problems at the end of the semester. Students who miss a lecture or targil are recommended to contact their classmates to get notes or find out what material was covered. The course syllabus and web page will also indicate the material covered and have the slide sets presented at all lectures. 7.1 Decorum Students who attend lecture are expected to give their full attention to the material. Reading newspapers, talking on cellular phones, text messaging, or other distracting behavior will not be tolerated. Students must arrive to lectures on time, within the first 10 minutes of class. After ten minutes into class, the door will be locked and no student will be allowed entry. The door will be opened at the next break in the lecture (approximately every 50 minutes). Students who need to leave during lecture for some urgent matter must leave quietly and may return at the next break. As per college policy, the instructor reserves the right to expel from the classroom any student who is disturbing the lecture or others. 3

4 8 Submissions 8.1 How to Submit Work To ensure timely submission of projects and work, students may only submit work via Moodle only. Materials sent via or any other medium risk being ignored or ungraded without consideration of their merits. Technical issues with the Moodle software should be directed to the information technology support staff in Kinneret College who will address them in a timely manner. 8.2 Late Submission Policy Students are expected to be on time with their project submissions. Students who are late with any of the first four project phases will be penalized with 1 4 of the Timeliness grade. The project report is due by the end of 30 January Teams which do not submit their project and report by the end of 30 January 2015will be assessed late penalties as follows: Submitted up to the end of 3 February % penalty (maximum grade 80%) Submitted up to the end of 10 February % penalty (maximum grade 70%) Submitted up to the end of final exam Moed Bet date - 40% penalty (maximum grade 60%) The course include one graded homework assignment. It must be turned in on time. If it is submitted late, the grade for it will be penalized as follows: 20% penalty for up to 4 days late 30% penalty for up to 7 days late 40% penalty for 7 days or later. The assignment will be accepted with the maximum penalty until 30 January 2015, the last day of classes in the semester, until the solutions are posted on line, or any date announced by the instructor. Students who are called up to Miluim duty will have their project deadlines extended in accordance with college policy. To avoid miscommunication, students must the instructor with notice of their Miluim service start and end dates within 2 days of returning to their studies. 9 Cheating Cheating of any sort will not be tolerated. Student collaboration is encouraged, but within limits as set forth in the college s rules on academic integrity. Any students caught cheating will be immediately referred to department head and the Academic Disciplinary Committee. Cheating includes: Copying information, content, or verbatim text to answer questions, solutions, or aid in programming projects from other students, internet sites, books (other than the ones listed in the bibliography), other other unaffiliated individuals. Copying source code without attribution from other students, web sites, online repositories, text books, open source programs, or other unaffiliated individuals. Other forms of academic misconduct as described on the site: html or as reasonably assessed by the instructor, program head, or deacon. 4

5 10 Exams There will be a single exam at the end of the course. The final exam will be worth 70% of the course grade and will be scheduled by Mador Bechinot. The final will be three (3) hours long, will cover all of the material in the course, and is a required element of the course grade. 11 Grading Final grades will be calculated by combining grades from the project and the exam. The grades are weighted as follows: 25% Semester Project 5% One (1) Homework Assignment 70% Final Exam The instructor will not address questions about specific individual grades during the lecture or review sessions. Students may contact the instructor in person during office hours or after the lecture/review sessions at the instructor s convenience. Students may request a regrade for assignments or projects, but the instructor reserves the right to reject such requests. If accepted, the instructor will regrade the entire item submitted, without prejudice to the grade previously assigned to it. 12 Books The following book is used for the class: Database Management Systems by Ramakrishnan and Gehrke [2] Additional books that may help students are: Database System Concepts by Silberschatz, Korth, Sudarshan [3] First Course in Database Systems by Ullman and Widom [4] Fundamentals of Database Systems by Elmasri and Navathe [1] The library will have copies of the books listed, but students are encouraged, but not required, to purchase the books as needed. 13 Contact Information Instructor: Web page : References Michael J. May [1] Ramez Elmasri and Shamkant B. Navathe. Fundamentals of Database Systems. Addison-Wesley, 3rd or later edition, [2] Raghu Ramakrishnan and Johannes Gehrke. Database Management Systems. McGraw Hill, 3rd or later edition,

6 [3] Abraham Silberschatz, Henry F. Korth, and S. Sudarshan. Database System Concepts. McGraw Hill, 6th edition, [4] Jeffrey D. Ullman and Jennifer D. Widom. First Course in Database Systems. Prentice Hall, 2nd or later edition,

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