Data being strongly relational between themselves, requiring the functionality of a relational system
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The paper then reviews characteristics of an abusive relational system
To achieve a similar amount of flexibility with the average pointer-based system, one ends up incurring I/O levels near those of a relational system
, and will never achieve equal flexibility.
For example, converting our current awareness publication from the relational system
to STAR, helped cut the editor's production time by over 75 percent.
In a relational system
, underlying physical storage, such as the order of records on disk, the presence of indexes, or the way in which related data is linked, does not affect the way in which a user or application might query or access this data.
In Figure 3, the related organization and officer records of the relational database are not likely to be near each other on the disk unless the relational system
offers physical interleaving of record occurrences from different tables.
In a pure relational system
, where records are retrieved by key rather than relative positions, sorting becomes less important.
Using A Relational System
On Wall Street: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly, And The Ideal Conventional wisdom has it that complex decision support is an extremely promising application of the relational model.
Master-detail relationships are trivial in a relational system
, but force a developer to make a choice in a NoSQL system between embedding and linking.