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Fall 2021 EECS 3421 1
LE/EECS 3421 – Introduction to Database Systems
Fall 2021 (Sections A & B)
Programming Assignment 1
Submission Deadline: October 24, 2021 before 23:59
Assignment 1: Database Design
Objectives
The purpose of this activity is to practice the fundamentals of Database Design using ERDs, Relational Data Model
and SQL.
Submission Requirements
? Please submit your results/output in a PDF file. Submit your code in a text (.txt) file.
? The name of the files must be your YorkU student number such as 100131001.pdf or 100131001.pdf.
? File must be uploaded to the A01 submission link provided. The name of submission on the link must also be
your YorkU student number.
? Your diagrams can be hand drawn or digital. In both cases, the images must be clear.
? If the files do not open properly or the content is not clear, then you will be awarded zero.
? Deadline is Sun. October 24, 2021 before 23:59. Late submission is not permitted under any
circumstances.
? This is an individual assignment.
? Your submissions will be verified using Turnitin (or some other suitable tool) for originality. 60% or
more similarity will be awarded zero in the assignment and reported to the department. We may report
similarity less than 60% if it is of significant nature.
Note: In database design, variations are always possible. If the business requirements are taken care of in a
proper logical way as per the data modeling guidelines, the answer will be considered correct.
Warning: Please add the necessary headings and labels to your report so that the TAs can understand the
different parts properly. Anything that we cannot understand will be awarded zero.
General Instructions
? Please make sure that your document is easy to understand; clearly add the question number, part
number, captions and foot notes wherever required. If the TA can’t locate the answer, then it is your
responsibility.
? Make sure that images/screenshots are clear. If the image is big then split it into multiple parts. Clearly
write their purpose. You can add multiple images even if the question statement doesn’t say so to make
sure that your answer is easy to comprehend.
? Highlight the significant parts of each image so that TA can easily identify the required answer.
? Add necessary explanation to make sure that TA can understand different parts of your document.
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Question 1: ER Modeling [5 Marks]
Solve Q 4.17 from the book and add the answer to your pdf submission file. Below is the statement for
your reference. You need to draw/design only the additions/modifications. Clearly indicate what changes
you introduced and their purpose. The figure number mentioned in the problem statement is wrong
and the bank schema is given in figure 3.22.:
Question 2: Reverse Engineering: Relational Model to ER Model [10 Marks]
Call for Papers or CFP is a popular term in academic research. Fundamentally, it is an announcement for
the researchers to submit their research articles for upcoming conferences, journals or books. The CFPs
can be classified into these three categories, for: Conferences, Journals or Books.
We want to design a database to record all the CFPs. Below are the links for three events for your
understanding (one example from each kind of CFP):
? Conference CFP: http://cs-conferences.acadiau.ca/ant-21/#callforPapers
? Journal CFP: https://www.journals.elsevier.com/journal-of-information-security-andapplications/call-for-papers/special-issue-multimedia-forensics-and-data-hiding-recent-advances
? Book CFP: See email in Appendix A
For this system, consider the Relational Model given in the form of SQL code/script in the file
a01script.sql. Draw an ER Diagram that represents this Relational schema and add the diagram to your
submission document.
Question 3: Creating Schema [4 + 2 + 6 Marks]
Use the SQL script (a01script.sql) provided with the assignment to prepare the database schema. Before
you begin, you must make sure that you don’t have schema objects with the same names already in your
database. Furthermore, you have to make the following additions to the schema provided in this script:
? Create an additional summary table “CFPCount” which stores the count of CFPs of each type.
Also, write a suitable trigger to update this table “CFPCount” whenever a new CFP row/entry is
inserted or an existing is deleted. The details of this implementation are up to your imagination; as
long as it fulfills the purpose, your solution will be considered correct.
You are required to:
? Submit all the code for schema creation, after your additions, in a script file. Name this file as
yourID_q3.sql.txt.
? Run this script on your MySQL server and add the screenshots. Your screenshots must:
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o Show the list of tables (there should be none) before the script is executed; use some
suitable technique to do that.
o Show the statement that executes the script and the success status of the script.
o Show the list of tables and other schema objects after the script is executed.
o The whole script must execute successfully.
Question 4: Scraping and Inserting Data [2 + 6 Marks]
Our next problem in this assignment is to extract the data from the CFP announcements and then insert it
into the Database using the suitable INSERT statements. Each student must process at least ONE CFP
announcement and create the INSERT statements for this CFPs. Select ONE (or more from the
additional file in case you are interested to insert more data) CFP announcement(s) from your designated
file (Appendix C), scrape the data from the CFP(s) (use the method described in Appendix B) and prepare
the INSERT statements accordingly. While scraping the data, you are not required to be precise;
make sure you process some meaningful information. At least 1 Topic, 1 People and 1 Activity must
be inserted for a CFP. You are required to:
? Submit all the code in a script file. Name this file as yourID_q4.sql.txt.
? Run this script on MySQL server and add the screenshots. Your screenshots must:
o Show the statement to execute script and the success status of script.
o The whole script must execute successfully.
[TCCC-ANNOUNCE] Handbook on Blockchain: CALL FOR CHAPTERS
1 message
D. A. T. Wed, Sep 2, 2020 at 11:23 PM
Reply-To: "D. A. T."
To: tccc-announce@comsoc.org
Dear Colleagues,
-- Please help us forward to anyone who might be interested --
CALL FOR BOOK CHAPTERS
----------------------
Book Title: HANDBOOK ON BLOCKCHAIN
To be published by SPRINGER NATURE (Series “Springer Optimization and Its
Applications”: https://www.springer.com/series/7393)
Important Dates:
----------------
Submission deadline: November 1, 2020
Authors’ notification: January 1, 2021
Revisions due: March 1, 2021
Camera ready version due: April 1, 2021
Tentative publication date: July 2021
Introduction:
-------------
Blockchain enables a decentralized digital society where people can
contribute, collaborate, and transact without having to second-guess trust
and transparency. It is the distributed ledger technology behind the
success of Bitcoin, Ethereum, and many emerging applications and platforms
that disrupt various sectors, including finance, education, healthcare,
environment, transportation, government, to name a few.
We are calling for chapter contributions for the Handbook on Blockchain, to
be published by Springer Nature in 2021. The book will be a one-stop source
of reference that covers both theoretical and application aspects of
blockchain, with the following key features:
1) Presents the history and evolution of blockchain from its preliminary
concepts to fundamental theories that lay the foundation for blockchain
2) Presents advanced techniques, architectures, and concepts aimed to
optimize the core operations of a blockchain network, making it more
efficient and scalable
3) Presents innovative ways to enable next-generation blockchain networks
so that they become adoptable for more real-world applications
4) Presents how blockchain can offer enhanced benefits when integrated with
other technological systems involving Cloud/Edge Computing, Internet of
Things, Big Data, and Artificial Intelligence
5) Presents a comprehensive coverage of real-world applications of
blockchain, touching many industries including finance, education,
healthcare, environment, logistics, and smart cities.
Topics of Interest:
------------------- We especially encourage chapter contributions that are of survey or
expository forms. The detailed list of topics includes but is not limited
to:
I. Blockchain Basics
1) History of Blockchain
2) Bitcoin Theory: Structure and Operation
3) Blockchain Architecture and Networking
4) Cryptography Algorithms
5) Mining and Consensus
6) Ethereum Platform and Smart Contracts
7) Enterprise-level Blockchain: Hyperledger Network
8) Distributed applications (dAPPS)
9) Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs)
II. Blockchain Optimization and Advances
1) Blockchain Security
2) Blockchain Consensus
3) Blockchain Scalability
4) Blockchain Privacy
5) Blockchain Modeling and Analysis
6) Inter-Blockchain Services
7) Data Science for Blockchain
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Appendix A
8) Blockchain Visualization
9) Next-generation Blockchain
10) Blockchain and Cybersecurity
11) Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence
12) Blockchain and Data Services
13) Blockchain and Internet of Things
14) Blockchain and Mobile Computing
III. Blockchain Applications
1) Blockchain for Banking and Finance
2) Blockchain for Supply Chain
3) Blockchain for Education
4) Blockchain for Smart Cities
5) Blockchain for Consumer Products and Retail
6) Blockchain for Government
7) Blockchain for Automotive
8) Blockchain for Healthcare
9) Blockchain for Travel and Transportation
10) Blockchain for Energy
11) Blockchain for Agriculture
12) Blockchain for Insurance
13) Blockchain for Real Estate
14) Blockchain for Charity
Submission Guidelines:
----------------------
All book chapters need to be formatted according to Springer’s Book
Manuscript instruction:
https://www.springer.com/de/authors-editors/book-authors-editors/resources-guidelines/book-manuscript-guidelines/manuscript-preparation/5636
Minimum length requirement: 30 pages for each chapter
All chapter authors (corresponding authors, co-authors, contributing
authors) should include their affiliation and email address in their
manuscript. Their email addresses (also published in the chapters) will be
used by Springer to provide authors with a personal MySpringer account
where they can download a free copy of the eBook. In addition, all authors
will be offered a 40% discount on any eBook or print book order from our
web shop. Both the free eBook and the author discount will be activated on
MySpringer.
Authors should obtain permissions from the previous publisher for any
material they want to reuse.
Please email your book chapter to the editors (contact information below).
Handbook Editors:
-----------------
Professor Duc A. Tran, PhD
Department of Computer Science
University of Massachusetts, Boston (USA)
duc.tran@umb.edu
Professor My T. Thai, PhD
Department of Computer and Information Sciences and Engineering
University of Florida (USA)
mythai@cise.ufl.edu
______________________________________________________________
IEEE Communications Society Tech. Committee on Computer Communications
http://committees.comsoc.org/tccc/
TCCC Announce: For announcements concerning computer networking and communications.
tccc-announce@comsoc.org
https://comsoc-listserv.ieee.org/
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Appendix B: How to locate data in CFPs
There might be some minor variation in the terminology used in the different CFPs. When looking for
People who Organize a certain CFP, you must extract at least one person from the CFP. Similarly, for
Topic and Activity, you must extract at least one topic for that CFP and one activity.
The names highlighted refer to the field names used in script provided for Question 1.
For “Topic”, if you can’t locate the “Area” then make it same as “TopicName”.
EventName (for all events)
City, Country(for EventConference)
EventWebLink (for all events)
EvDate(for EventConference)
ActivityName and ActivityDate (for all activities)
PersonName and Affilliation (for People)
Role (for all Organize)
Area (for Topic)
TopicName (for Topic)
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The CFPs for the “EventConference” usually have phrases such as Conference, Symposium, Workshop
in their name/title:
The CFPs for the “EventJournal” will always have the name of Journal mentioned and usually have the
phrase “Special Issue” in the name/title:
The CFPs for the “EventBook” will always have the phrase “Call for Book Chapters” or “Call for
Chapters” in the name/title:
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Appendix C: Data files to scrape data
In each row, the left column has the student IDs who are going to use the file from the corresponding right
cell for scraping the data. In the order of your ID, process ONE CFP from the corresponding PDF file. For
example, student with ID “211589686” will use first CFP from the file “CFPs--1.pdf”; student with ID
“216305377” will use last(20
th) CFPs from the file “CFPs--4.pdf”.
Each file is for 20 students. Tenth file is extra and has some more CFPs; in case you want to process extra
or replace the one assigned to you, pick one from here.
Student ID (combined for both sections, sorted in ascending order) Group File to Use
211589686, 211759875, 212298535, 213051685, 213563150, 213580048,
213583836, 213657200, 213743604, 213766910, 213901277, 213967534,
214132385, 214152425, 214373591, 214466122, 214563449, 214693212,
214719587, 214808455
1 CFPs--1.pdf
214896302, 214908438, 214924245, 214944920, 214993810, 215000565,
215003072, 215020712, 215106578, 215122856, 215133580, 215146954,
215163520, 215198906, 215231376, 215232366, 215262017, 215284706,
215336464, 215355407
2 CFPs--2.pdf
215363963, 215366248, 215418031, 215464704, 215511330, 215527948,
215528797, 215551914, 215572845, 215604267, 215605306, 215648900,
215650823, 215653058, 215678444, 215686694, 215734866, 215735368,
215752835, 215796063
3 CFPs--3.pdf
215907876, 215911555, 215926165, 216022188, 216044562, 216090045,
216099301, 216103665, 216107021, 216133779, 216147936, 216160160,
216181281, 216205593, 216206393, 216207078, 216212839, 216262859,
216300246, 216305377
4 CFPs--4.pdf
216307639, 216320806, 216344525, 216345829, 216347890, 216367997,
216390197, 216395428, 216398125, 216402927, 216410672, 216457079,
216469637, 216486516, 216498271, 216505265, 216535262, 216547911,
216557878, 216624678
5 CFPs--5.pdf
216640005, 216693723, 216694036, 216699613, 216702367, 216704819,
216722589, 216780751, 216789166, 216798399, 216814352, 216827107,
216831232, 216831521, 216838831, 216846396, 216852527, 216858268,
216863813, 216870230
6 CFPs-6.pdf
216870297, 216940413, 216940942, 216957433, 216958571, 216986432,
217003187, 217041575, 217047754, 217106956, 217121823, 217129230,
217134867, 217171372, 217175795, 217188061, 217189200, 217215252,
217262510, 217262783
7 CFPs-7.pdf
217280041, 217281031, 217303652, 217305764, 217346016, 217353129,
217367137, 217374448, 217395609, 217397829, 217405085, 217488651,
217501727, 217518135, 217537739, 217546938, 217548868, 217554197,
217574955, 217590829
8 CFPs-8.pdf
217602111, 217612847, 217637711, 217643453, 217646803, 217766098,
217796665, 217847146, 217935305, 218036897, 218185041, 218256743,
218407627, 218416230, 218419598, 218486019, 219222611, 219242759,
931678287
9 CFPs-9.pdf
Some Extra CFPs CFPs--Extra.pdf
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Each CFP starts with an email header as following:
Your designated CFP will be one of the three kinds; you are required to process only ONE CFP,
not one from each kind.

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