A technique for automated logical database design
Logical database design involves much analysis that is usually neglected in manual procedures because of the volume and tedium involved. By automating much of this analysis, not only can a canonical logical design be generated, but valuable diagnostics and design information can also be produced. This paper presents a review of the techniques and procedures involved.
KeywordsData Element Physical Parent Local View Inconsistent Association Association Weight
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