Higher normal forms, Database Management System

Higher Normal Forms Is there more normal forms beyond BCNF? Yes, though, these normal forms are not based on the concept of functional dependence. More normalisation is needed if the relation has Multi-valued, template dependencies or join dependencies. These topics are beyond the scope of this unit you can refer to more readings for further detail on these. MCS-043 has more discussion on these topics.

 

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