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A fundamental premise of database management is the idea of modeling a real-world environment by storing descriptive information about it. The objects or events in which we have an interest are called entities and the characteristics that describe them are called attributes. For example, again consider a large company that does automobile repairs. It must keep track of its repair facilities (garages), the mechanics in those facilities, and the mechanics’ qualifications in terms of courses that they’ve taken, along with the dates they took the courses and the grades they received in them.
1 The Importance of Managing Data . . . . 2 The Concept of Database . . . . . Review of Database Structures . . . . . 1 Relational Databases . . . . . . 2 Pseudo-Relational Databases . . . . . 3 Hierarchical Databases . . . . . . 4 Network Databases . . . . . . Logical Database Design Techniques . . . . 1 The Data Normalization Technique . . . . 2 The Date Wilson Technique. . . . . 3 The Entity-Relationship Technique . . . . 1 Nine Design Technique-Structure Combinations .
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