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- Raymond Fadous, John Forsyth
- SIGMOD Conference
- 1975

The candidate keys, as defined by E. F. Codd [4], are important in the process of reducing a normalized relation into second and third normal forms.Given a set of functional relations, Delobel and Casey [6] transformed this set into a Boolean function and it was shown that the set of all prime implicants of this function that have no primed variables are… (More)

- Raymond Fadous
- ACM Southeast Regional Conference
- 1982

There are two basic approaches in the normalization theory of relational databases. One approach is the decomposition of large relation schemes into smaller relation schemes. A required criteria for a satisfactory decomposition is the lossless join property. The other approach is to synthesize a set of relation schemes from a given set of functional… (More)

- Raymond Fadous
- COMPSAC
- 1979

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