Relational model of a data dictionary
Dedeoglu, M. Gokhan
Dolk, Daniel R.
Hsiao, David H.
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The data dictionary system is an important tool for supporting information resource management. It facilitates the management and control of data. This thesis will develop a relational model of a data dictionary and implement it on the ORACLE relational data base management system. Then, this data dictionary model will be implemented using the logic-oriented Prolog language. The Prolog model of a data dictionary will demonstrate that logic programming can be used for relational data base applications and that it provides more powerful dictionary capabilities than the relational model.
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