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Database Modeling and Design

Database Modeling and Design

Database Modeling and

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    2 The Entity-Relationship Model T h

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    2.1 Fundamental ER Constructs 15 at

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    2.1 Fundamental ER Constructs 17 Co

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    2.1 Fundamental ER Constructs 19 12

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    2.1 Fundamental ER Constructs 21 us

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    2.2 Advanced ER Constructs 23 2.2 A

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    2.2 Advanced ER Constructs 25 Softw

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    2.2 Advanced ER Constructs 27 Proje

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    2.2 Advanced ER Constructs 29 entit

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    2.4 Literature Summary 31 2.4 Liter

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    34 CHAPTER 3 The Unified Modeling L

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    4 Requirements Analysis and Concept

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    4.3 Conceptual Data Modeling 55 •

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    4.3 Conceptual Data Modeling 57 inc

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    4.3 Conceptual Data Modeling 59 Emp

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    4.3 Conceptual Data Modeling 61 con

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    4.3 Conceptual Data Modeling 63 Emp

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    4.3 Conceptual Data Modeling 65 Div

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    4.4 View Integration 67 Customer 1

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    4.4 View Integration 69 nectivity c

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    4.4 View Integration 71 Publication

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    4.4 View Integration 73 N Publicati

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    4.5 Entity Clustering for ER Models

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    4.5 Entity Clustering for ER Models

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    4.5 Entity Clustering for ER Models

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    4.6 Summary 81 Department Division/

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    5 Transforming the Conceptual Data

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    5.1 Transformation Rules and SQL Co

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    5.1 Transformation Rules and SQL Co

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    5.2 Transformation Steps 103 there

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    5.2 Transformation Steps 105 5.2.3

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    6 Normalization T his chapter focus

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    6.1 Fundamentals of Normalization 1

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    6.1 Fundamentals of Normalization 1

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    6.2 The Design of Normalized Tables

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    6.3 Normalization of Candidate Tabl

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    6.3 Normalization of Candidate Tabl

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    6.4 Determining the Minimum Set of

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    6.4 Determining the Minimum Set of

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    6.5 Fourth and Fifth Normal Forms 1

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    6.5 Fourth and Fifth Normal Forms 1

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    6.5 Fourth and Fifth Normal Forms 1

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    6.6 Summary 137 Table 6.8 Summary o

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    7 An Example of Logical Database De

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    7.2 Logical Design 141 7.2 Logical

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    7.2 Logical Design 143 create table

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    7.3 Summary 145 Table 7.3 Decomposi

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    148 CHAPTER 8 Business Intelligence

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    Appendix The Basics of SQL Structur

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    A.2 Data Definition Language (DDL)

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    A.2 Data Definition Language (DDL)

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    A.3 Data Manipulation Language (DML

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    A.3 Data Manipulation Language (DML

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    A.3 Data Manipulation Language (DML

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    A.3 Data Manipulation Language (DML

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    A.3 Data Manipulation Language (DML

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    A.4 References 229 The create view

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    232 Glossary X and A are either sim

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    234 Glossary entity instance (or oc

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    236 Glossary dependency of X->>Y. F

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    238 Glossary view integration—A s

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    240 References Beeri, C., Fagin, R.

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    242 References Feldman, P., and Mil

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    244 References Mitchell, T. M. Mach

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    246 References Teorey, T., and Fry,

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    Exercises ER and UML Conceptual Dat

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    Exercises 251 • An instructor mus

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    Exercises 253 Problem 6-3 1. From t

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    Exercises 255 Problem 6-6 Using onl

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    Exercises 257 Given table R(A,B,C)

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    Solutions to Selected Exercises Pro

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    Solutions to Selected Exercises 261

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    About the Authors Toby Teorey is a

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    Index Activity diagrams, 46-50 cont

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    Index 267 defined, 33-34 example, 4

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    Index 269 application to relational

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    Index 271 N-ary relationships, 28-2

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    Index 273 Software Development Plat

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    Index 275 Weak entities, 16, 103 XM

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