Set Comparison in Relational Query Languages


Today’s de facto database standard, the relational database, was conceived in the late 1960’s by Edgar F. Codd at IBM. The relational data model offered the user a logical view of the data that was shielded from consideration of how the data would, in fact, be physically organized in storage. This feat was accomplished in large part by the introduction of… (More)


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@inproceedings{Dadashzadeh2005SetCI, title={Set Comparison in Relational Query Languages}, author={Mohammad Dadashzadeh}, booktitle={Encyclopedia of Database Technologies and Applications}, year={2005} }