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LMS 代寫 SINF90001 Case study

Database Systems and Information Modelling 
 

The Scenario
In this assignment you will need to refer to the Assignment2 . 
This case study presents a scenario and an implemented database design, along with the SQL
statements required to generate this design and populate it with data within MySQL.  You should
read the case description “Assignment2 Case” and run the files “Create.sql” and “Insert.sql” inside
the MySQL workbench.  These files are available from the assessment link on the LMS.
The Task
Answer the questions showing the SQL and the output of the queries contained in the document
“Assignment2 Task” available from the assessment link on the
Submission
This assignment is worth 10% of your marks in the subject.  Your work will be assessed on the
simplicity and correctness of the SQL that you write.  A correct answer that is not simplistic may not
achieve full marks, even though it produces the correct results, so think about how you structure
your SQL.  Also bear in mind that there are many ways in which you can answer the tasks set out.
Submit your assignment (see Assessment on the LMS Site) as a single word or PDF document,
including a signed academic honesty declaration, via the LMS by the due date stipulated in the LMS
weekly schedule.
Please ensure that you place your student name and number at the top of every page of your
assignment (use a header).  
Academic Honesty
A reminder that this assignment should be your own work.  Plagiarism is the copying of another's
work without proper acknowledgment is not permitted, or allowing another person to copy their
work. Work submitted for assessment purposes must be the independent work of the student
concerned (or where joint work is permitted, of the students concerned).  Please refer to
for details about academic honesty.
Academic misconduct occurs when students portray someone else's work as their own. There are
many ways in which Academic misconduct can occur. Some of these are:
?  Sham Paraphrasing: Material copied verbatim from text and source acknowledged in-line but
represented as paraphrased.
?  Illicit Paraphrasing: Material paraphrased from text without in-line acknowledgement of
source.
?  Other Plagiarism: Material copied from another student's assignment with the knowledge of
the other student.
?  Verbatim Copying: Material copied verbatim from text without in-line acknowledgement of
the source. SINF90001 Database Systems and Information Modelling 
 
 

?  Recycling: Same assignment submitted more than once for different subjects.
?  Ghost Writing: Assignment written by third party and represented as own work.
?  Purloining: Assignment copied from another student's assignment or other person's papers
without that persons knowledge.
The university is committed to graduating students with "a profound respect for truth, and for the
ethics of scholarship... we want our graduates to be capable of independent thought, to be able to
do their own work, and to know how to acknowledge the work of others" (Prof. Peter McPhee). As
such, the university takes a dim view of students to are not able to correctly acknowledge the work
of others, or who try to pass this work off as their own. All students should be aware of the following
web site: which provides practical advice to
students about how not to be involved in academic misconduct. In particular look at the Quick
Checklist section (paraphrased below)
Quick checklist  (Reproduced with permission of Dr Stephen Morgan, Faculty of Economics and
Commerce) 
1.  To be certain to acknowledge sources fairly and avoid plagiarising, review this checklist
before beginning to write your essay and again after you have completed your first draft.
2.  What type of source are you using: your own independent material, common knowledge, or
someone else's independent material?
3.  If you are quoting someone else's material, is the quotation exact? Have you used quotation
marks for quotations run into the text? Have you set off block quotes with an extra space
before and after the quote, single spacing within the quote, and left indenting of all lines of
the block quote? Are omissions shown with ellipses and additions with square brackets?
4.  If you are paraphrasing someone else's material, have you rewritten it in your own words
and sentence structures? Does your paraphrase employ quotation marks when you resort to
the author's exact language? Have you represented the author's meaning without distortion?
5.  Have you acknowledged each use of someone else's material?
6.  Do all references contain complete and accurate information on the sources you have cited?
 

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