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COSC430 Database 4 March 2013 Lecture 2 Relational theory 2

COSC430 Database 4 March 2013 Lecture 2 Relational theory 2

COSC430 Database 4 March 2013 Lecture 2 Relational theory

COSC430 Database Ian M c Donald σ a=‘c’ (P) SELECT * FROM student; Lecture 2 Relational theory 2 {t 1 .A j , t 2 ,A k ,.........t n .A m | COND(t 1 , t 2 , ......t n , t n+1 ,.........t n+m )} F = {ST → P, P → T} 4 March 2013 COSC430 2013 JRM 4 March 2013 p 1

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