Data models, Database Management System

After going by the database architecture, let us now dwell on an important query: how is the data organised in a database? There are a lot of basic structures that exist in a database system. They are known as the database models. A database model defines

  • Data relationships
  • The logical data structure
  • Data consistency constraints.
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