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Automatic Normalisation via Metamodelling

By David H. Akehurst, Behzad Bordbar, Peter Rodgers and N.T.G. Dalgliesh

Abstract

The process of normalisation has long been accepted as a crucial part of the design for good database systems. By using a declarative approach to the specification of the normalisation rules and a precisely defined transformation, over a meta-model of a database system design language, we can automate the normalisation process. A tool supporting the normalisation of database system designs can subsequently be developed providing an invaluable aid to the software system designer

Topics: QA76
Year: 2002
OAI identifier: oai:kar.kent.ac.uk:13748

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