Re: In an RDBMS, what does "Data" mean?
Date: Fri, 18 Jun 2004 19:19:34 +0100
In message <40ccc506$0$48920$e4fe514c_at_news.xs4all.nl>, mAsterdam
>>>R 'loses the ability to view the data' from within M and that
>>>would somehow mean M is *more* expressive?
>>>The only way I could make sense out of that is
>>>if the (appearant) excess expressions in R could
>>>*not* be relevant to a solution.
>>>Do you have an indication as to what those excess expressions are?
>> they tend to be data that were collected and stored in the M
>> designed out (deemed unimportant to retain) for the R solution.
>Just to get it straight: These 'designed out' data *can*
>be represented in R (inferred from the R translation of the M
>but they are *not* represented in R because of the different design
>process (ispired by the nature of M cq. R)?
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