By Elzbieta Malinowski

ISBN-10: 3540744045

ISBN-13: 9783540744047

ISBN-10: 3540744053

ISBN-13: 9783540744054

This remarkable paintings offers readers with an advent to the state of the art study on facts warehouse layout, with many references to extra particular assets. It deals a transparent and a concise presentation of the most important options and leads to the topic region. Malinowski and Zimányi clarify traditional info warehouse layout intimately, and also tackle cutting edge domain names lately brought to increase the services of knowledge warehouse structures: specifically, the administration of spatial and temporal information.

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In a 40 • • • • 2 Introduction to Databases and Data Warehouses clustering index, the records in the data file are physically ordered according to the field(s) on which the index is defined. This is not the case for a nonclustering index. A file can have at most one clustering index, and in addition can have several nonclustering indexes. Nonclustering indexes are always dense (see below). Indexes can be single-column or multiple-column, depending on the number of indexing fields on which they are based.

An : Dn ), where the attribute Ai is defined over the domain Di . , a subset of the Cartesian product D1 × D2 × · · · × Dn . The relational model allows several integrity constraints to be defined declaratively. • An attribute may be defined as being not null, meaning that null values (or blanks) are not allowed in that attribute. In Fig. 2, only the attributes marked with a cardinality (0,1) allow null values. , it is not allowed that two different tuples of the relation have identical values in such columns.

1. A relation is in the fourth normal form with respect to a set of functional and multivalued dependencies F if, for every nontrivial dependency X →→ Y that can be derived from F , X is a key or contains a key of R. The table above is not in the fourth normal form, since there are multivalued dependencies from Employee no to Research area, and from Employee no to Department id, and Employee no is not a key of the relation. To make the relation comply with the fourth normal form, the attribute Department id must be removed from the table, and an additional table AcademicStaffDepart(Employee, Department id) must be added to store the information about the departments in which a member of the academic staff works.

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