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Auxiliary Table Design

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Auxiliary Table Design

Auxiliary Table Design refers to a method of designing tables in a relational database system. It involves the use of additional tables to store related information that would otherwise be stored in the main table. This allows for more efficient storage of data and better data integrity. Auxiliary tables also help reduce the number of joins and improve query performance. The design of the auxiliary tables must be carefully planned to ensure that the data stored in them is properly indexed and optimized for the most efficient retrieval.

Auxiliary Table Design, Relational Database, Data Storage, Joins, Query Performance.

Alexander Barclay

Auxiliary Table Design

Auxiliary Table Design is a form of design that uses an extra set of data within a database to supplement the primary data. This data is stored in a separate table and the information is linked to the primary table's data through the use of external keys. By having a separate table, the query performance is improved as the related data is stored together, which reduces the number of joins needed to access the information. Auxiliary Table Design is also used for scalability and data normalization purposes as it avoids redundant records and provides better data organization.

Auxiliary Table, Data Supplementation, Data Normalization.

James Rothschild

CITATION : "James Rothschild. 'Auxiliary Table Design.' Design+Encyclopedia. (Accessed on March 27, 2023)"

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