Relational Database Design covers practical and theoretical aspects of database and systems design. Interrelated topics are presented, including a review of basic systems and database concepts, design methodologies, the relational data model and relational database management, normalization, entity relationship modelling, considerations for collecting information during a design study, physical design issues, distributed systems, and the elements of a database design methodology. The book provides plenty of examples, including an entire chapter that acts as an extended example. The author has taken care to deal with standard SQL and avoids ties to specific releases of specific products.Relational Database Design is an excellent volume for database programmers and designers, MIS managers, and anyone interested in a solid introduction to relational database design.There is a story that his father was a football coach and the original technique was patterned after diagrams of football plays. 5. The original IDMS system ... How does entity relationship modeling relate to normalization? 2. What is an entity?
|Title||:||Relational database design|
|Author||:||Charles J. Wertz|
|Publisher||:||CRC - 1993|