Multi Dimensional and Flexible Model for Databases

  • Morteza Sargolzaei JavanEmail author
  • Farahnaz Mohanna
  • Sepide Aghajani
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This article proposes multi dimensional model for databases suitable for both transmissions of data over the networks and data storage in IT/IS systems. In this model there is no need to predict the complete structure of the databases. The structure of these databases can be changeable in any time as needed. In the proposed model, the structure of a record in a database can also be changeable without changing the structure of the other records. Users in this model are able to create any structure that the other databases such as Relational model are not able to do. Furthermore the structure of the tables in the databases can be expanded in all the dimensions. Therefore, the model can minimize the time of data processing and can optimize the capacity of the employed memory in such databases.


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Morteza Sargolzaei Javan
    • 1
    Email author
  • Farahnaz Mohanna
    • 2
  • Sepide Aghajani
    • 2
  1. 1.Amirkabir University of Technology ,Tehran PolytechnicTehranIran
  2. 2.Electronic and IT Engineering DepartmentsUniversity of Sistan & BaluchestanZahedanIran

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