where Ri means the relation, Ii means the integrity constraint
for i [member of] <1,n>; I means global integrity constraints
for all relationships among relations.
Existence integrity constraint
: [Tau] ([E.sub.i]) cannot have null or duplicate values for [k.sub.i], for all i = 1, 2, ..., n.
This condition is imposed by the integrity constraint
in line 10, and relative to the facts in listing 1 it is instantiated to
A System Prototype for Map Editing and Integrity Constraint
However, contrary to the schema constraint routine, in the integrity constraint
routine the removal of a subtree (rooted at an update position p) triggers the subtree traversal for searching key and foreign key values involved in the update.
Likewise, a referential integrity constraint
would be defined between the INVOICE and the ACCOUNT tables based on that Account_Number value.
Note that the definition of local and global data items suggests that there be no integrity constraints
between local and global data items at a site (as that could lead to an intersite integrity constraint
involving local data items).
Partial subsumption is essentially the application of the subsumption algorithm with C as the integrity constraint
and D as the body of a rule that defines a predicate.
In addition to defining a database in terms of an EDB and an IDB, it is necessary to formalize what is meant by an integrity constraint
. Kowalski (1978) suggests that an integrity constraint
is a formula that is consistent with the DDB, but for Reiter (1984) and Lloyd and Topor (1985), an integrity constraint
is a theorem of the DDB.
Suppose the plane can carry at most 200 passengers, so that the integrity constraint
of the system is res_seats [less than or equal to] 200.
And faced with challenging PCB interposer layout due to irregular routing patterns and signal integrity constraints
, Intel engineers introduced a router using AI and ML at PCB West last year.