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Elements of Relational Database Theory

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Elements of Relational Database Theory
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Publisher: Brown University Providence
Number of pages: 79

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The goal of this paper is to provide a systematic and unifying introduction to relational database theory, including some of the recent developments in database logic programming. The exposition closes with a discussion of how relational database theory deals with the problems of complex objects, incomplete information and database updates.

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