Data Modeling for Information Professionals

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Understand what data models are, what makes them successful, and what makes them fail. Walk through every element of a data model, including domains, predicates, entities, classes, relationships and attributes, learning through extensive examples, case studies and games. The ideas in this book have been earning raves since they were first introduced as part of a computer-based education program in 1992. Honed through six years of user and student feedback, they're even more valuable now.

Data Modeling for Information Professionals 1998, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ

ISBN-13: 9780130804501

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