relational system

relational system

[ri′lā·shən·əl ‚sis·təm;]
(computer science)
A database management system in which a relational data structure is used. Also known as relational database.
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Since Ju-Long proposed grey relational system in 1982 [1, 2], scholars have employed this theory making a lot of research works [3-6].
* Data being strongly relational between themselves, requiring the functionality of a relational system.
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He tries to represent once again the difficulty an author faces when attempting to use one "relational system" to model another; that is, the difficulty of using the written word to model speech, which in turn models "reality." Moreover, this appendix is the second in a series that began with an "Appendix B," published as part of Delany's 1978 novel Triton.
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.
He created a kind of a relational system, because he was dealing with what was going on in the Factory and with a client in front of him or on the phone.
The design of a relational system with abstract data types as domains.
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.

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