数据库代写 | INFO20003 Database Systems
本次澳洲代写是关于database system 限时测试的一个Assignment
Calculators: Casio fx82 calculators are permitted
Instructions to Invigilators
The examination paper IS TO REMAIN in the examination room
Students are to be provided with 1 script book
Provide extra script books on request
Instructions to Students
The total mark for this paper is 120
Ensure your student number is written on all script books and answer sheets during writing time
Attempt all questions in all 10 sections, which are of unequal marks value
Answer all questions on the right-hand lined pages of the script book
Start the answer to each question on a new page in the script book
The left-hand unlined pages of script books are for draft working and notes and will not be marked
State clearly and justify any assumptions made
Write legibly in blue or black pen
Mobile phones, tablets, laptops, and other electronic devices, wallets and purses must be placed beneath your desk
All electronic devices (including mobile phones and phone alarms) must be switched off and remain under your desk until you leave the examination venue. No items may be taken to the toilet
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Section 1 – ER Modelling
The Australian Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has a requirement to store the vaccination record of every individual (known as a patient) that resides in Australia who is eligible for a Medicare card. For families, children under the age of 15 are stored on the family card (refer Figure 1). Each Medicare card number is associated with only one family. Every Medicare card has a ‘valid to’ date stored as a month and year on the card (refer Figure 1). Each family member holds a position number on the card. For example to identify Jessica Smith (refer Figure 1) both her Medicare number (1234567890) and position (4) on the Medicare card would be required.
Figure 1: Australian Medicare card (DHHS, Australia)
Each Medicare card is attached to one residential address, contact email, and phone number. For all patients listed on a Medicare card we record their gender, birthdate, first name, last name, and if they have any known allergies (e.g. Penicillin, Cortisone, Codeine). If patients do have an allergy we need to know what the allergy is and the reaction (severe, moderate or mild).
The DHHS needs to record mandatory vaccinations (e.g. Measles, Polio, Whooping Cough, Diphtheria, Tuberculosis and Tetanus) as well as optional vaccination types (e.g. HPV, Flu, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Cholera, Typhoid, Yellow Fever).
For each vaccination event that is given to patients we must record the vaccination type, date of vaccination and the vaccination batch number. Vaccine producers can produce many different types of vaccines and each vaccine can have many batches.
Patients can receive their vaccination from any registered doctor. Every doctor is identified by a unique medical practitioner number (MPN). We record the Medical Practitioner’s title (Dr, Mr, Mrs, Ms, Prof.), first name, last name, registered business address, email, and business phone numbers.
Q1. Draw a conceptual model in either Crow’s Foot or Chen’s notation for this case study (in your script book). Be sure to write down any assumptions you make.
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Section 2 – SQL-DDL
Figure 2: Data model for SQL DDL
Q2. Write SQL statements to create the tables for the above data model. Be sure to specify primary and foreign keys. You do not need to specify whether the fields are NULL/NOT NULL.
Choose appropriate data types for attributes that are not obvious.
Section 3 – SQL-DML
Figure 3 shows the schema for a small business database that contains data about employees, products, customers and orders.
Figure 3: Data model for SQL DML
Write a single SQL statement to correctly answer each of the following questions (3A – 3D). DO NOT USE VIEWS or VARIABLES to answer questions. Query nesting is allowed.
The relations are repeated here for your convenience.
employees (empid, lastname, firstname, hiredate, address, phone,
empid , orderdate, shippeddate, freight, shipname)
customers (custid, companyname, contactname, address, phone)
productid , quantity, discount)
products (productid, productname, unitprice, discontinued)
Q3A. Write a query that returns customers (company names) and the details of their orders (orderid and orderdate), including customers who placed no orders.
Q3B. Write a query that returns the first name and last name of employees whose manager was hired prior to 01/01/2002.
Q3C. Write a query that returns customers whose company name is ‘Google’, and for each customer return the total number of orders and total quantities for all products that were not discontinued (‘1’ means discontinued, ‘0’ not discontinued).
Q3D. Write a query that returns the ID and company name of customers who placed orders in 2007 but not in 2008.
Section 4 – Query Processing – Joins
Given the schema of Question 3 (SQL-DML), consider the relations Orders and Employees. Imagine that relation Employees has 1,000 pages and relation Orders 50,000 pages. Consider the following SQL statement:
FROM Employees NATURAL JOIN Orders
WHERE freight > 1000;
There are 502 buffer pages available in memory. Both relations are stored as simple heap files. Neither relation has any indexes built on it.
Q4A. What is the cost (in disk I/O’s) of performing this join using the Block-oriented Nested Loops Join algorithm? Provide the formulae you use to calculate your cost estimate.
Q4B. What is the cost (in disk I/O’s) of performing this join using the Hash Join algorithm? Provide the formulae you use to calculate your cost estimate.
Q4C. In comparing the cost of different algorithms, we count I/O (page accesses) and ignore all other costs. What is the reason behind this approach?
Q4D. Which approach should be the least expensive for the given buffer size of 502 pages:
1. Simple Nested Loops Join
2. Page-oriented Nested Loops Join
3. Block-oriented Nested Loops Join
Please write the number of the correct response. No need to provide formulae for question 4D.