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A practical guide to logical data modeling

by George Tillmann

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0070646155, Hardcover)

Provides both the seasoned and novice designer with an understanding of logical data modeling - the stepping stone to structuring viable software systems. The basics of data modeling are presented in this guide, focusing on entity-relationships - the most popular modeling approach in use today. Explanations of how to incorporate popular CASE tools into object-oriented, semantic and relational methods are also included. The author uses a best-practices approach, providing guidelines that make it possible to customize modeling to suit the specific needs of each practioner. He also provides an thorough explanation of the technique behind each methodology and tool.

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