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Data Modeling Fundamentals: A Practical Guide for IT Professionals

by Paulraj Ponniah

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"Data Modeling Fundamentals is a comprehensive guide to the foundation and principles behind data modeling and its essential role in successful database design.". "Chapter summaries with review questions and exercises at the conclusion of each chapter help readers gauge their understanding of the material presented. Complete real-word examples, references, and an abundance of practical tips and suggestions, Data Modeling Fundamentals is a resource for both novice and experienced data modelers."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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