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Database Object Classes

  • Select Mission Description Leaf
  • Determine the set of nouns from within the Mission Description Leaf
  • Construct a Database Domain description around the Mission Description Leaf
  • Develop lower level Database Domain descriptions for complex nouns
  • Select all the nouns contained with Database Domain Leafs.
  • Create and Entity-Relationship diagram involving the Database Domain nouns
  • Examine each Entity from with the Entity-Relationship diagram
    • Declare the Entity to be a Database Object  Class if it contains multiple Property Classes
    • Declare the Entity to be a candidate database table if the Entity implies the existence of only simple facts
    • Declare the Entity to be a candidate Data Element if the Entity implies the existence of only a simple fact
    • Declare the Entity to be a candidate Data Element if the Entity
  • Specify Database Object  Classes
    • Associate Property Classes, i.e., candidate database tables, to specific Database Object Classes and call them Database Object Class Table
    • Associate Insert, Modify, and Delete rules for each Database Object Class Table
    • Identify and set out the life cycle of Database Object Class Table from Null (Create) to a sequence of States (Modify) to Null (Delete)
    • Identify and set out Database Object Class Information Systems that transform a Database Object Class from one value state to another value state.

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