Publisher: Addison-Wesley, 1985, 383 pages
As its title indicates, this book is a sequel to the earlier book An Introduction to Database Systems. Its overall objective is to describe a somewhat miscellaneous collection of "further database topics" — topics that, despite their importance, had to be omitted from Volume 1 for a variety of reasons.
Reprinted with corrections, July 1985
This one is a must read, together with Volume I. Admittedly, extremely boring, but useful…
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