Relational Modeling with UML

Relational Modeling with UML

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Entity Relationship Modeling (ER) defines the methodology often used by database designers to gather requirements and define the architecture of database systems. This white paper defines the core concepts of ER modeling and explains how UML can be used by development teams to develop ER models. The paper also explains the basic concepts behind relational modeling, how it applies to databases, and how it is implemented using UML. In addition, it identifies differences between ER modeling and relational modeling.

Author

Davor Gornik
Vendor:
IBM Software Group
Posted:
20 Jun 2007
Published:
01 Jan 2003
Format:
PDF
Length:
15 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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