In this project option, you will be expected to do a comprehensive literature se

In this project option, you will be expected to do a comprehensive literature search and survey, select and study a specific topic in one subject area of database systems, and write a technical paper on the selected topic all by yourself. The technical paper you are asked to write can be a detailed comprehensive survey on some specific topic or the original research work that will have been done by yourself.
Requirements and Instructions for the Technical Paper:
1. The objective of the paper should be very clear about subject, scope, domain, and the goals to be achieved.
2. The paper should address the important advanced and critical issues in a specific area of database systems. Your research paper should emphasize not only breadth of coverage, but also depth of coverage in the specific area.
3. The research paper should give the measurable conclusions and future research directions (this is your contribution).
4. It might be beneficial to review or browse through about 15 to 30 relevant technical articles before you make decision on the topic of the research project.
5. The research paper should reflect the quality at certain academic research level.
6. The paper should be about at least 25 to 40 pages (double space) in length.
7. The paper should include adequate abstraction or introduction, and reference list.
8. Please write the paper in your words and statements, and please give the names of references, citations, and resources of reference materials if you want to use the statements from other reference articles.
9. From the systematic study point of view, you may want to read a list of technical papers from relevant magazines, journals, conference proceedings and theses in the area of the topic you choose.
10. For the format and style of your research paper, please make reference to GSCIS Dissertation Guide, IEEE or ACM journal articles.
Possible Topics for Written Report
Traditional Databases:
Buffer Management
Concurrency Control
Crash Recovery
Data Consistency, Integrity, and Security
Data Models and Data Modeling
File Structures and Access Methods
Functional Dependencies and Normalization
Index Structures
Integrity Conditions or Constraints
Lossy Join and Dangling Data Tuples
Null Values, Incomplete and Missing Information
Query Languages
Query Optimization (Techniques or Algorithms)
Security and Authorizations
Storage Managers
Transaction Processing and Management
Hierarchical Database Systems
Network Database Systems
Relational Database Systems
Object-Oriented Database Systems
Non-SQL Database Systems
Database Researches:
Active Databases
Database Machine and Database Computers
Deductive and Logic Databases
Deductive and Object-Oriented Databases
Distributed Databases
Distributed Object-Oriented Databases
Extensible Databases
Federated Databases or Heterogeneous Databases
Object-Oriented Databases
Main Memory Database Systems
Multidatabase Systems
Parallel Databases
High Performance Databases
Temporal Databases
Trusted Database Management Systems
Database Applications:
Audio/Video Database Systems
Client/Server Database Systems
Engineering Databases
Genomic Databases
Geographical Databases and Information Systems
Hypertext/Hypermedia Databases (Object)
Historical Databases
Image, Pictorial and Visual Databases
Mobile Data Management and Communication
Multimedia Databases and Information Systems
Real Time Database Systems
Scientific Databases
Software Engineering Databases
Spatial Databases
Spatiotemporal Databases
Statistical Database
Data Models and Database Modeling:
Entity-Relationship Model
Extended ER Model
Enhanced ER Model
Complex Data Model
Extended Relational Data Model
Functional Data Model
Non First Normal Data Model (NF2)
Object-Oriented Data Model
Semantic Data Model
Data Analytics:
Access Methods:
Static/Dynamic/Extendible/Linear Hashing
Internal/External Hashing
Single Level/Multi-Level Index
Single Dimensional/Multi-Dimensional Index
B-Tree, B+-Tree, B*-Tree
K-D-Tree, K-D-B-Tree, HB-Tree
Advanced Database Modeling (EER Models) Algorithms for Database Systems
Authorization in Object-Oriented Database Systems Client/Server SQL
Cloud Computing and Data Center Systems Complex and Composite Objects

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