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

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Chapter 8 Introduction to Database Design

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1.Data fields, applications
2.Bad
3.Reliability, maintainability, software life-cycle costs
4.Information system planning
5.Bottom-up approach, top-down approach, inside-out approach, mixed strategy approach
6.Fundamental level of attributes
7.Development of data models (or schemas) that contains high-level abstractions
8.Identification of set of major entities and then spreading out to consider other entities, relationships, and attributes associated with those ...

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