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Further Analysis of the Entity-Relationship Approach to Database Design

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1 Author(s)
Ng, Peter A. ; Department of Computer Sciences, University of Missouri

The nondeterministic or deterministic entity-relationship model of a database is formaRy defined as a user's view of that database in terms of a collection of time-varying relations: the regular or weak entity relations, or the regular or weak relationship relations. Both nondeterministic and deterministic entity-relationship models have the same strength to characterize information concerning entities and relationships which exist in our minds. An improved table form of the relations is introduced to provide a clear and concise user's view of databases. The basic concept of the entity-relationship approach to the logical database design is provided, and is used to derive 3NF relations. FinaUly, a method of representing physicaly these relations, which are generated by the use of the entity-relationship approach to the logical database design, is presented. Thus, the entity-relationship approach to the logical and physical database design can also be realized.

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Software Engineering, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:SE-7 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Jan. 1981

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