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Nested Intervals generalize Nested Sets. They are immune to hierarchy reorganization problem. They allow answering ancestor path hierarchical queries algorithmically - without accessing the stored hierarchy relation.

We reduce the set of classic relational algebra operators to two binary operations: natural join and generalized union. We further demonstrate that this set of operators is relationally complete and honors lattice axioms.

Relational lattice reduces the set of six classic relational algebra operators to two binary lattice operations: natural join and inner union. We give an introduction to this theory with emphasis on formal algebraic laws. New results include Spight distributivity criteria and its applications to query transformations.

________________________________________________ We introduce a new variation of Tree Encoding with Nested Intervals, find connections with Materialized Path, and suggest a method for moving parts of the hierarchy.

Relational lattice is a formal mathematical model for Relational algebra. It reduces the set of six classic relational algebra operators to two: natural join and inner union. We continue to investigate Relational lattice properties with emphasis onto axiomatic definition. New results include additional axioms, equational definition for set difference (more… (More)

From algebraic geometry perspective database relations are succinctly defined as Finite Varieties. After establishing basic framework, we give analytic proof of Heath theorem from Database Dependency theory. Next, we leverage Algebra/Geometry dictionary and focus on algebraic counterparts of finite varieties, polynomial ideals. It is well known that… (More)

Relational Lattice is a succinct mathematical model for Relational Algebra. It reduces the set of six classic relational algebra operators to two: natural join and inner union. In this paper we push relational lattice theory in two directions. First, we uncover a pair of complementary lattice operators, and organize the model into a bilattice of four… (More)

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