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Re: Counting propositions

From: x <x-false_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2004 19:08:57 +0300
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"Laconic2" <laconic2_at_comcast.net> wrote in message news:-uKdnTSpHbxPjVLdRVn-gQ_at_comcast.com...
>
> "Dawn M. Wolthuis" <dwolt_at_tincat-group.com> wrote in
>
> > I suspect most designers would suggest that if you have the information
on
> > which the aggregate is based, then you put that into a base relation and
> > aggregate from the granular data. But there are so many exceptions to
> this
> > in actual use.
>
>
> You might want to look over Kimball's book on warehousing. He writes a
bit
> on "choosing the granularity". It's fairly crucial in MDDB design.

Aside: How many Zen Buddhists are practicing Relational Theory ?

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