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Entity Relationship Model

The Entity-Relationship Model ------------------------------------------------- Top of Form Bottom of Form Database Design Goal of design is to generate a formal specification of the database schema Methodology: 1. Use E-R model to get a high-level graphical view of essential components of enterprise and how they are related 2. Then convert E-R diagram to SQL DDL, or whatever database model you are using E-R Model is not SQL based. It's not limited to any particular DBMS. It is a...

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Database Models: Entity Relationship Modeling

Database Models s L11: ER Diagrams Kieran Herley Summary The database design process and the role of ER modelling in same. Basic constituents of ER diagrams: entities, relationships and attributes. While designing database it’s handy to have notation to “sketch” schema s Two common diagrammatic notations: x x s UML diagrams (Universal Modelling Language) ER diagrams (Entity Relationship) → cs1106 choice Captures the information requirements of our database: what data it con and how...

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Entity-relationship Model and Mountain View Community

Hospital want to use entity-relationship modeling to understand its data requirements? What other ways might the hospital want to model its information requirements? This hospital wants to use E-R modeling to understand data requirements. E-R modeling is very easy to understand and shows all the business rules. • Entity-relationship modeling is logical representation of the data for an organization or for a business area. The E-R model is expressed in terms of entities in the business environment...

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Entity-relationship Model and Senior Citizen

workstation of this operating system was used for software development. Database requires setting up Microsoft Access. Printer is also needed for printing process. ii. Hardware Requirements |Equipments |Model/Brand |Estimated Cost | |Processor |Intel Core 2 Duo E4500 |PHP. 5,500.00 | |Mother board ...

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The Entity Relationship Diagram.

The Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD) depicts a conceptual data model that incorporates some of the important scientific information about the real world. It adopts a natural view that the real world consists of entities and relations (Chen, 1976). One objective of the ERD is to create a simple, easy to understand and conveniently presented data model consisting of entities, attributes, relationships and cardinalities. The model serves as tool for database design, where the model can facilitate communication...

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Entity Relationship Diagram

Entity Relationship Diagram The bellow diagram is what is refered to as an "Entity Relationship Diagram". Its purpose is to show the relationship between different data in the hotel management program , and the actions that are performed on it. And how data from different objects relate to each other. Legend The Data Entities represent data that will need to be stored on the system, in general terms. The Relationships represent actions that will occur to the Data Entities, or Weak Entities. ...

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Evolution of Data Models

Data Models The quest for better data management has led to different models that attempt to resolve the file system’s critical shortcomings. Because each data model evolved from its predecessors, it is essential to examine the major data models in roughly chronological order. 1.1 The Hierarchical Model A Hierarchical Database Model is a data model in which the data is organized into a tree-like structure. The structure allows representing information using parent/child relationships: each...

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Business Rules and Data Models

 Business Rules and Data Models Strayer University CIS-111 Prof. A database is a structure that contains information about many different categories of information and about the relationships between those categories (Pratt & Adamsk 2010). Database objects are entities that exist within a database to support operations such as storing, retrieving and manipulating data. Organizations use large amounts of data and database management system to store and transform data into information...

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Entities and Attributes for Fleet Truck Maintenance

At the request of the Huffman Trucking Maintenance Department, Smith Consulting developed entities and attributes for their Fleet Trucking Maintenance database. Unfortunately, the creator of the database was not available and the development of the database system was not able to be completed. D Team realizes that the development of a reliable database system is needed to provide for the tracking of scheduled and unscheduled maintenance for their fleet. Therefore, a database along with forms, tables...

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Draw the Entity 1 1

Draw the Entity- Relationship Diagram (ERD) for the following scenario: A salesperson may manage many other salespeople. A salesperson is managed by only one salespeople. A salesperson can be an agent for many customers. A customer is managed by one salespeople. A customer can place many orders. An order can be placed by one customer. An order lists many inventory items. When the order is made for number of inventory items, the date and the amount is recorded. An inventory item may be listed...

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