Lab 4 - Entity-Relationship (ER) Modeling (1).pdf

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BITP2313 Database Design/Rekabentuk Pangkalan Data Page 1 LAB 4 ENTITY-RELATIONSHIP (ER) MODELING Learning Outcome At the end of this lesson, the student should be able to construct a complete entity-relationship diagram. ACTIVITY 1. Analyze the following description of data within a Banking Enterprise and construct an entity-relationship diagram using: a. UML notation b. Chen notation c. Crow Foot notation The bank is organized into branches. Each branch is located in a particular city and is identified by a unique name. The bank monitors the assets of each branch. A branch can originate one or more loans. Bank customers are identified by their customer- id values. The bank stores customer’s name, street, and city where the customer lives. Customer may have accounts and can take out loans. A customer may be advised by a particular banker/employee, who may act as a loan officer or personal banker for that customer, and that particular banker can advise one or more customers. Bank employees are identified by their employee-id values. The bank administration stores the name and telephone number of the employee, the names of employee’s dependents and the employee- id of the employee’s manager. The bank also keeps track of the employee’s
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  • Fall '17
  • DR RAJA RINA
  • Entity-relationship model, DVD rental company, Database Design/Rekabentuk Pangkalan, Design/Rekabentuk Pangkalan Data, c. Crow Foot notation

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