Database Design: The Semantic Modeling Approach

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McGraw-Hill, 1992 - Computers - 510 pages
This book covers the broad field of database design from the perspective of semantic modeling. Aimed at present and future designers of database applications, software engineers, systems analysts and programmers, it aims to offer a unified study of semantic, relational, network and hierarchical databases as seen through the semantic modeling approach. The book provides a stuctured top-down methodology of database design in all the models and presents the principal types of database languages.

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Contents

SEMANTIC LANGUAGES
55
FROM THE SEMANTIC TO THE RELATIONAL MODEL
103
RELATIONAL DATABASE LANGUAGES
151
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