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By C. J. Date

ISBN-10: 0201824582

ISBN-13: 9780201824582

Carrying on with within the 6th variation, An advent to Database platforms offers a complete creation to the now very huge box of database platforms by means of offering an exceptional grounding within the foundations of database know-how whereas laying off a few mild on how the sphere is probably going to improve sooner or later. This new reprint of the previous 6th version comprises a few corrections.

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56412 L-_~ _____ ~ Figure 9. Example of 'Natural Join' of relations from Figure 8, of an 'Intersection' of first and second relations shown above and of a 'Difference' of first and second relations above. Unlike the hierarchical model, it is possible to define in clear, unambiguous algebraic terms all operations that should be capable of being performed on relations. This is one of the great strengths of this model (another being the flexibility of viewpoint). Databases built on this model are also usually easier for a layman to understand.

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It is surprising that this model has not been more widely accepted by database vendors. There is one commercial implementation available (ZIM) which will be described in the final section of this chapter. 6. Designing a database So far, we have presented some of the most important tools that go into the construction of database systems today. The field is evolving, and new concepts as well as new hardware will affect the way in which we can design and implement clinical databases, but some features will remain important no matter how advanced the technology becomes.

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