data modeling


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data modeling

1. The analysis of data, e.g., to make a practical impact on health care practices or business operations.
2. A language for describing the structure and processing of a database.
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Semantic issues are data modeling issues; it is not unusual for a problem to revolve around a lack of words--an insufficient set of semantics to describe the business.
In the next section, we will describe and present the materials and methods of existing conceptual data modeling approaches for biological entities, their associations and for their semantics relationships.
The topologically enabled multi-scale data model proposed in this paper integrates the concepts of object-oriented data modeling presented earlier in order to automate the comparison of polygon (or raster) layers.
Venerable software developers David and Fesperman revise and update their Advanced ANSI SQL Data Modeling and Structure Processing to delve deeper into the inherent hierarchical processing of SQL (structured query language), and to cover the hierarchical processing discoveries and new findings that have evolved since that first edition appeared.
Hoberman, S.(2005), Data Modeling Made Simple, Technics Publications, LLC, ISBN 0-9771400-0-8, NJ 07720 USA
David Arctur and Michael Zeiler's DESIGNING GEODATABASES: CASE STUDIES IN GIS DATA MODELING (158948021X, $39.95) both analyzes domain data models which represent commonly used GIS data sets, and analyzes them for commonalities in practical GIS database designs.
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Data Modeling Essentials: Analysis, Design, and Innovation.
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These will be more information technology components, such as kernels for data modeling.
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Data modeling is tightly coupled with basic relational database design theory.