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Information sources for relational model and RDBMS's

Information sources for relational model and RDBMS's

Information sources for relational model and RDBMS's

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I am interested in the relational model and how it is used to produce relational database management systems.  I am also interested in future developments of DBMS's.

Does anyone know of any good web sites that I might be interested in?

Thank you for your time.

RE: Information sources for relational model and RDBMS's

I highly recommend the book "SQL:The Complete Reference" published by Osborne.  It offers a very balanced, comprehensive treatment of relational database theory, SQL and data warehousing.  It's a "must have" for anyone wanting to get into the database field or just wants to know more about databases.  It also comes with a CD with trial versions of RDBMS software including Oracle, Informix, Sybase, SQL Server and DB2.

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