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Demystifying Embedded Systems Middleware by Tammy Noergaard

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Chapter 7

An Introduction to the Fundamentals of Database Systems

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This chapter introduces the fundamental database concepts. It discusses different database models and relevance to database middleware. It provides examples of real-world embedded database middleware. A database management system (DBMS), also commonly referred to as simply a database system, is another scheme that can be used to reliably and efficiently manage data within an embedded system. A database system can be accessible and directly utilized by the embedded system’s user, by other middleware software, by applications in the system to manage data for the application, or some combination of the above. Database systems are commonly used instead of file systems ...

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