Oct 27, 2019 in DBMS
Q: explain DBMS Aggregation

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Oct 27, 2019

In aggregation, the relation between two entities is treated as a single entity. In aggregation, relationship with its corresponding entities is aggregated into a higher level entity.

For example: Center entity offers the Course entity act as a single entity in the relationship which is in a relationship with another entity visitor. In the real world, if a visitor visits a coaching center then he will never enquiry about the Course only or just about the Center instead he will ask the enquiry about both.

DBMS Aggregation

DBMS Aggregation

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