relationally complete

relationally complete

[ri′lā·shən·əl·ē kəm′plēt]
(computer science)
Property of a programming language that provides for the construction of all relations derivable from some set of base relations by the application of the primitive algebraic operations.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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be relationally complete. Usually, expressiveness is restricted to maintain other properties such as safety and to allow an efficient (and optimizable) execution of queries.
In the next step and with the aim that the SQL language is relationally complete, these operators are defined as new primitives in the SELECT clause.
With the aim that SQL language is relationally complete and also able to support data mining task, it is necessary to implement these operators like SQL primitives.