Design of an Easy-to-Use Query Language for Office Automation
The increasing extent to which applications of computer systems have been applied has made the design of a user-friendly interface a more critical problem in the development of computer systems. In particular, a database system for office automation must provide a query language that allows users without any skill to access data.
KeywordsQuery Language Relation Scheme Database Scheme Source Domain Universal Relation
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