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3 edition of introduction to data base design. found in the catalog.

introduction to data base design.

by John K Lyon

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Published by Wiley-Interscience in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesWiley business data processing library
The Physical Object
Pagination8 & 81 s
Number of Pages81
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17063033M
ISBN 100471557358

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Database design involves classifying data and identifying interrelationships. This theoretical representation of the data is called an ontology. The ontology is the theory behind the database's design. 1 Determining data to be stored. 2 Determining data relationships. 3 Logically structuring data. 4 ER diagram (entity-relationship model). Starts from the ground up and explains normalization, relationships and data structure. The book covers a lot of ground in an easy straight forward manor with real life examples. If you want to learn about database programming and design look no further you will find everything you need to get you up and running. One person found this helpful5/5(5).

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