Friday, December 29, 2017

DBMS for Analytics: Risky Business Without Foundation Knowledge, Part 2 (A2)


My December Post @All Analytics
 
Data practitioners who perceive integrity as a weakness are in the wrong field -- they do not understand what integrity and consistency are and, therefore, the meaning of data (What Meaning Means: Business Rules, Predicates, Integrity Constraints and Database Consistency, Redundancy, Consistency, and Integrity Derivable Data). By enforcing integrity constraints, a DBMS ensures consistency of the database with the business rules that denote the meaning of the data (i.e., the faithfulness of the database to the conceptual model of the segment of the real world it represents).

Read it all (and please comment there, not here). 



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