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Branching Databases.
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Cow Hors e Pig Shee p We are going to sort a set of animals using a branching database. (Pretend you do not know their names)
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Sort the objects into 2 groups with a clear yes/no question. Cow Hors e Pig Shee p Does the animal have horns? Yes No
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Sort the objects again using a simple yes/no question. Cow Shee p Is the animal covered in wool?
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Unformatted text preview: Yes No Do the same with the remaining objects. Hors e Pig Does the animal have a curly tail? Yes No You have now created a simple branching database. Is the animal covered in wool? Does the animal have a curly tail? Does the animal have horns? Yes Yes Yes No No No Cow Horse Pig Sheep...
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course I SYS 201 taught by Professor Meservy during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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