Perfect for professionals seeking a practical handle on systems analysis and design and advanced database management, this book is a unique, hands-on look at data modeling--a topic of increasing importance in object-oriented programming.
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Introduction to Data Modeling Concepts
Converting ER Diagrams to Relational Tables
A Catalog of Entity Relationship Diagrams
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