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Database Systems: Concepts, Design and Applications by S. K. Singh

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Chapter 10 Normalization

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1.Decomposing, redundancy
2.Normalization
3.Normalization
4.E. F. Codd
5.Atomic
6.1NF, fully functionally dependent
7.Composite, attribute
8.1NF
9.Primary (or relation) key
10.X Y
11.3NF
12.Candidate key
13.3NF, 2NF
14.Primary, candidate, candidate
15.MVDs
16.Consequence.

 

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