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Re: circular relationships ok?

From: Alexandr Savinov <spam_at_conceptoriented.com>
Date: Thu, 02 Mar 2006 11:04:34 +0100
Message-ID: <4406c332$1@news.fhg.de>


Roy Hann schrieb:
> "Alexandr Savinov" <spam_at_conceptoriented.com> wrote in message
> news:4406ab1a$1_at_news.fhg.de...
>

>> This model avoids the problem of cycles in a principled manner. It
>> provides also many other advantages and conveniences. Instead of
>> modeling relationships via an arbitrary graph we use a concrete
>> structure of ordered tables for that.

>
> And this has precisely what to do with the real world?

Yes. It is designed for the real world.

>> Querying, grouping/aggregation,
>> inference are also made easier in such an approach.

>
> I just don't believe that. Persuade me.

If you do not believe then nobody can persuade you (except for yourself).

The only thing I can do is to answer concrete questions.

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Received on Thu Mar 02 2006 - 04:04:34 CST

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