Cruise Operations Officer Don Maginoo is trying to find a better way to manage ship operations including the administration of ticket reservations, accommodations, and special package deals. He thinks that a good database management system will help him manage passenger affairs more efficiently and effectively, but where should he start?
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After reading and discussing the material, students should:
- Identify the purpose of normalization.
- Understand the operational problems arising in a flat file approach to database management.
- Outline the procedures of developing a database design.
- Understand the functional dependencies among the elements of the database environment.
- Illustrate how normalization is helpful in designing a good relational database system.