Degree of relationship in DBMS

Degree of relationship in DBMS

The number of entities that are participating in the relationship or known as the degree of that relationship. The degree of relationship can be binary, ternary, or quaternary. For example, …

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integrity constraints in dbms

Integrity constraints in DBMS

The integrity constraints are the set of rules that has to be followed while creating a relation or a table. By following these integrity constraints the data we enter in …

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Types of Attributes in DBMS

Types of Attributes in DBMS

Attributes are the units that describe the characteristics of the entity. For example, a student set is an entity and to differentiate one student from another you will have to …

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file organization in dbms

File Organization in DBMS

The file organization is a collection of related information that is stored in the secondary storage. These secondary storages are the hard drives and portable drives where the files are …

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Characteristics of the database approach

Characteristics of the Database Approach

Top 5 Characteristics of the database approach while implementing it by the database management system.   Self-describing nature of database The meaning of the self-describing nature of databases is that …

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data warehousing and data mining

Data Warehousing and Data Mining

Data Warehouse Data warehouse and data mining are some of the most important concepts of data science. Because at an initial level people have to deal with raw data and …

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Data Abstraction in DBMS

What is Data Abstraction in DBMS

Data abstraction in DBMS is hiding details of the database as we progress in the view levels. As the literal meaning of the data abstraction suggests, that is abstracting or …

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