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Assignment A INFS1603

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Assignment A of INFS1603 goes over the analysis of key stakeholders in the lead up to customising a database management system for Outback Explorer (the make believe company), objectives, limitations and assumptions were included to give a holistic view of the company. The key parts are the relational model and ER model.

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Data management Computing Database management systems Information science Database theory Data modeling Unique key Database design Entity–relationship model Database Relational model Conceptual model
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Data management Computing Database management systems Information science Database theory Data modeling Unique key Database design Entity–relationship model Database Relational model Conceptual model
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..................................................................... 2 1.a) Client Background ................................................................................................................. 2 1.2 Scope ............................................................................................................................................ 2 1.3 Objectives .................................................................................................................................... 3 1.4 Stakeholder .................................................................................................................................. 3 1.4 a) Outback Explorer Employees .......................................................................................... 3 1.4 b) Customers .........................................................................................
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