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We deal more with this in the next section, after we have had an opportunity to consider some of the properties of relationships. 5(a) and (b) lists the concepts introduced up to now. 2 FURTHER DETAILS OF ER MODELING Now that we’ve defined some fundamental means of classification, let’s discuss properties of relationships in the ER method of database design. 2) 21 (a) Classification Description Relationship Named set of m-tuples, identifies subset of the Cartesian product E1 × E2 × . . 5 Basic ER concepts: (a) entities and attributes, and (b) relationships.
Entity occurrences are mapped to the table’s rows. 2. The primary key is underlined. students sid lname fname Midinitial 1134 Smith John L. ... ... employees eid staddress city state zipcode 197 7 Beacon St Boston MA 02122 ... ... ... 1 Introduction to ER Concepts 17 Transformation Rule 2. Given an entity E with primary identifier p, a multivalued attributed attached to E in an ER diagram is mapped to a table of its own; the table is named after the plural multivalued attribute. The columns of this new table are named after p and a (either p or a might consist of several attributes), and rows of the table correspond to ( p, a) value pairs, representing all pairings of attribute values of a associated with entity occurrences in E.
15. Because of 1NF, there can only be atomic values in each row and column position of a table. This poses a difficulty, because each individual employee might have any number of skills. It is inappropriate to design a table with unique rows for each emp_id and a distinct column for each piece of skill information—we don’t even know the maximum number of skills for an employee, so we don’t know how many columns we should use for skill_id-1, . . , skill_id-n. The only solution that will work in a single emp_info emp_id emp_name ...