Bibliography

1. Summary

The following titles are used as references throughout the Dataphor Combined Help Collection:

[1] An Introduction to Database Systems. 2000. C.J. Date. 7th Edition. Addison Wesley Longman. Reading, Massachusetts.

[2] A Relational Model for Large Shared Data Banks. E.F. Codd. Communications of the ACM13. Tuesday, December 14, 2004 1:46:43 PM. 377 - 387.

[3] Foundation for Future Database Systems. The Third Manifesto. Second Edition. C.J. Date and Hugh Darwen. Addison Wesley Longman. Reading, Massachusetts 2000 Addison Wesley Longman, Inc. 0-201-70928-7.

[4] What Not How. The Business Rules Approach to Application Development. 2000. C.J. Date. Addison Wesley Longman. Reading, Massachusetts.

[5] The Database Relational Model. A Retrospective Review and Analysis. 2001. C.J. Date. Addison Wesley Longman. Reading, Massachusetts.

[6] Relational Database: Selected Writings. 1986. C.J. Date. Addison Wesley Longman. Reading, Massachusetts.

[7] Relational Database Writings 1985-1989. 1990. C.J. Date and Andrew Warden. Addison Wesley Longman. Reading, Massachusetts.

[8] Relational Database Writings 1989-1991. 1992. C.J. Date and Hugh Darwen. Addison Wesley Longman. Reading, Massachusetts

[9] Relational Database Writings 1991-1994. 1995. C.J. Date. Addison Wesley Longman. Reading, Massachusetts.

[10] Relational Database Writings 1994-1997 1998. C.J. Date, Hugh Darwen, and David McGoveran. Addison Wesley Longman. Reading, Massachusetts.

[11] Practical Issues in Database Management. A Reference for the Thinking Practitioner. 2000. Fabian Pascal. Addison Wesley Longman. Reading, Massachusetts.

[12] Transaction Processing. Concepts and Techniques. 1993. Jim Gray and Andreas Reuter. Morgan Kaufmann. San Francisco, California.

[13] Database Systems. A Practical Approach to Design, Implementation, and Management. 1999. Second Edition. Thomas Connolly, Carolyn Begg, and Anne Strachan. Addison Wesley Longman. Reading, Massachusetts.

[14] Database Systems. Design, Implementation, & Management. Fourth Edition. 2000. Peter Rob and Carlos Coronel. Course Technology. Cambridge, Massachusetts

[15] The Art of Computer Programming. 1998. Vol. 3. Second Edition. Donald Knuth. Addison Wesley Longman. Reading, Massachusetts.

[16] Database System Implementation. 2000. Hector Garcia-Molina, Jeffrey D. Ullman, and Jennifer Widom. Prentice Hall. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey.

[17] Updating Logical Databases. 1990. Marianne Winslett. Cambridge University Press. New York, New York.

[18] Transactional COM+. Building Scalable Applications. 2001. Tim Ewald. Addison Wesley. Reading, Massachusetts.

[19] Temporal Data and The Relational Model. A Detailed Investigation into the Application of Interval and Relation Theory to the Problem of Temporal Database Management. 2003. C.J. Date, Hugh Darwen, and Nikos A. Lorentzos. Morgan Kaufmann. San Francisco, California.

[20] Multiple Assignment. Practical Database Foundations Paper #5. 2004. C.J. Date. http://www.dbdebunk.com.

[21] The Logic of Business Rules. Practical Database Foundations Paper #7. 2004. C.J. Date. http://www.dbdebunk.com.

[22] The Costly Illusion: Normalization, Integrity, & Performance. Practical Database Foundations Paper #6. 2004. Fabian Pascal. http://www.dbdebunk.com.

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