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<p>The data dictionary contains the description of all types of data produced, managed, exchanged, and maintained in an organization. Data descriptions (very often hundreds of schemas) should be organized in such a way to allow all the users of the information system to understand the meaning of data and their relationships. To this end, a set of structuring primitives for a dictionary of entity relationship data schemas is presented. The formal properties of such structuring primitives are investigated, and the feasibility of their usage is shown by providing a methodology for dictionary design.</p>
structuring primitives; data descriptions; entity relationship data schemas; information system; entity-relationship modelling; relational databases
G. Di Battista, C. Batini, G. Santucci, "Structuring Primitives for a Dictionary of Entity Relationship Data Schemas", IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, vol. 19, no. , pp. 344-365, April 1993, doi:10.1109/32.223803
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