References


This final section lists references to printed books and articles, not available on the Internet.

(1) Date, C. J. "Be Careful with SQL EXISTS!", Database Programming and Design, vol. 2, #9 (September, 1989), pp. 50-52.

(2) McGoveran, David. "Nothing from Nothing: the Conclusion", Database Programming and Design, vol. 7, #2 (March, 1994), pp. 54-63.

(3) Johnston, Tom. "MVL:Case Open" and "The Case for MVL", Database Programming and Design, vol. 8, #1 (February, 1995), pp. 52-63 and vol. 8, #2 (March, 1995), pp. 54-68.

(4) Date, C. J. and Darwen, Hugh. "The Default Values Approach to Missing Information", Relational Database Writings 1989-1991, pp. 343-354. Buy this book from Amazon

(5) Darwen, Hugh and Date, C. J. "The Third Manifesto", SIGMOD Record, vol. 24, #1 (March, 1995), pp. 39-49.

(6) Date, C. J., Darwen, Hugh and McGoveran, David. "Nothing to Do with the Case", Database Programming and Design, vol. 8, #9 (September, 1995), pp. 45-52.

(7) Fesperman, Lee, FFE Software, Inc. "Access Path: Letter to Editor", Database Programming and Design, vol. 8, #9 (September, 1995), p 11.

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