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ER-Diagrams

ER-Diagrams

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Published by atef shaar
It help in understanding of DB_01
course and MMP2
It help in understanding of DB_01
course and MMP2

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Published by: atef shaar on Jan 28, 2008
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Database Design
Victor Matos
 
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Phases of Database Design
Conceptual designbegins with thecollection of requirements and resultsneeded from the database (ER Diag.)
Logical schemais a description of thestructure of the database (Relational,Network, etc.)
Physical schemais a description of the implementation (programs, tables,dictionaries, catalogs
DataRequirementsConceptualDesignLogicalDesignPhysicalDesignConceptual SchemaSpecification of requirementsand resultsLogical SchemaPhysical Schema
 
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Models
A
data model 
is a collection of objects thatcan be used to represent a set of 
data 
and
operations 
to manipulate the data
Conceptual models 
are tools for representingreality at a very high-level of abstraction
Logical models 
are data descriptions that canbe processed by computers

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Maurice Ntahobari added this note
PLEASE THANKS BUT IT WILLBE BETTER IF YU GIVE ME A COMPLETE E R- DIAGRAMM FOR STAIUM MANAGMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM.
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need ER diagram for efforts trackers system project
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