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Degree of a Relationship
Connectivity and Cardinality
Direction
Type
Existence
Generalization Hierarchies
ER Notation
Data Modeling As Part of Database Design
Requirements Analysis
Steps In Building the Data Model
Identifying Data Objects and Relationships
Validating Attributes
Derived Attributes and Code Values
Naming Data Objects
Object Definition
Recording Information in Design Document
Developing the Basic Schema
Binary Relationships
One-To-One
One-To-Many
Many-To-Many
Recursive relationships
Refining The Entity-Relationship Diagram
Entities Must Participate In Relationships
Resolve Many-To-Many Relationships
Transform Complex Relationships into Binary Relationships
Eliminate redundant relationships
Primary and Foreign Keys
Define Primary Key Attributes
Composite Keys
Artificial Keys
Primary Key Migration
Define Key Attributes
Validate Keys and Relationships
Foreign Keys
Identifying Foreign Keys
Foreign Key Ownership
Diagramming Foreign Keys
Adding Attributes to the Model
Relate attributes to entities
Parent-Child Relationships
Multivalued Attributes
Attributes That Describe Relations
Including Attributes to the ER Diagram
Description
Creating a Generalization Hierarchy
Types of Hierarchies
Rules
Add Data Integrity Rules
Entity Integrity
Referential Integrity
Insert and Delete Rules
Insert Rules
Delete Rules
Delete and Instert Guidelines
Domains
Primary Key Domains
Foreign Key Domains
Overview of the Relational Model
Data Structure and Terminology
Notation
Properties of Relational Tables
Values Are Atomic
Column Values Are of the Same Kind
Each Row is Unique
The Sequence of Columns is Insignificant
The Sequence of Rows is Insignificant
Each Column Has a Unique Name
Data Integrity
Relational Data Manipulation
Union
Difference
Intersection
Product
Projection
Selection
Join
Division
Normalization
Basic Concepts
Functional Dependencies
Overview
Sample Data
First Normal Form
Second Normal Form
Third Normal Form
Advantages of Third Normal Form
Advanced Normalization
Boyce-Codd Normal Form
Fourth Normal Form
Fifth Normal Form
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