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Database Design By Stéphane Faroult
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LETTER (US) FORMAT - The same document is available in A4 format (brown cover). Full 8 page transcription of a short video tutorial on database design, complete with 15 screenshots from the original... More > presentation.< Less
Database Design By Stéphane Faroult
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Database Design By Terry Jones
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A Definite guide to using Microsoft Access to create powerful databases.
Semistructured Database Design By Anthony Russell
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This book describes a process that initially takes a hardline approach against redundant data, and then relaxes the approach for gains in query performance. The book is suited to both researchers and... More > practitioners in the field of semistructured database design. Some of the material in this book has been published at international conferences. The material in Chapter 5 was originally based on work presented in [Wu et al., 2001a] and Chapter 6 was originally based on [Chen et al., 2002]. The material in Chapter 3 was published as a technical report at the National University of Singapore [Dobbie et al., 2000].< Less
A Sane Approach to Database Design By Mark Johansen
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Learn how to create an accurate, efficient, maintainable database that can be implemented on any modern platform. There's more to building databases than just knowing SQL. Database design is the art... More > of transforming real-world requirements into an information model that can be implemented with a relational database. Which particular database product you use is not important. The concepts are the same. This book presents a step-by-step guide to building a database. Topics include: Requirements gathering * Introduction to SQL * The model sequence * Entities, relationships, and attributes * Keys and indexes * Entity-Relationship Diagrams * Naming * Normalization * Implementation * Breaking the rules< Less
A Sane Approach to Database Design By Mark Johansen
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Learn how to create an accurate, efficient, maintainable database that can be implemented on any modern platform. There's more to building databases than just knowing SQL. Database design is the art... More > of transforming real-world requirements into an information model that can be implemented with a relational database. Which particular database product you use is not important. The concepts are the same. This book presents a step-by-step guide to building a database. Topics include: Requirements gathering * Introduction to SQL * The model sequence * Entities, relationships, and attributes * Keys and indexes * Entity-Relationship Diagrams * Naming * Normalization * Implementation * Breaking the rules< Less
A Sane Approach to Database Design By Mark Johansen
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Learn how to create an accurate, efficient, maintainable database that can be implemented on any modern platform. There's more to building databases than just knowing SQL. Database design is the art... More > of transforming real-world requirements into an information model that can be implemented with a relational database. Which particular database product you use is not important. The concepts are the same. This book presents a step-by-step guide to building a database. Topics include: Requirements gathering * Introduction to SQL * The model sequence * Entities, relationships, and attributes * Keys and indexes * Entity-Relationship Diagrams * Naming * Normalization * Implementation * Breaking the rules< Less
A Sane Approach to Database Design By Mark Johansen
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Learn how to create an accurate, efficient, maintainable database that can be implemented on any modern platform. There's more to building databases than just knowing SQL. Database design is the art... More > of transforming real-world requirements into an information model that can be implemented with a relational database. Which particular database product you use is not important. The concepts are the same. This book presents a step-by-step guide to building a database. Topics include: Requirements gathering * Introduction to SQL * The model sequence * Entities, relationships, and attributes * Keys and indexes * Entity-Relationship Diagrams * Naming * Normalization * Implementation * Breaking the rules< Less
Accounting Database Design By Derek Liew
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This ebook will walk you thru Step-by-step, employing real-life business processes and bookkeeping techniques in developing real-world database engine for an accounting system that are robust and... More > scalable. The author discuss the type of accounting modules, table design and normalization concept. Reader is invited to download a free accounting software from accountingdes.com to test out the database developed in this ebook.< Less
Database Design Made Easy: Effective Relational Database Design For Ordinary People By M. Clinton Jones
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Database Design Made Easy presents a revolutionary new method for designing your relational database. You don't need to know any theory - if you can draw how you want to enter your data into your... More > data entry screen, then you can design your relational database. A little-known nugget of truth is that your data entry screen tells you everything you need to know about the underlying relational design. The technique described in this book pulls you gently through the design process and it comes as something of a surprise to discover that you have designed your database without pain and almost without realising it. For anyone who has tried to get to grips with relational design and failed (i.e. the majority) this book and the technique described within will come as a welcome relief.< Less