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A suggestive picture for the concept of database grading.

Database Grading, Part 2: Database Models

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This article is the second in a series of two blogs that present our grading scale for database quality. We assign separate grades for the quality of a database design (previous blog) and the underlying model (this blog). The design grade measures the quality of the database syntax. The model grade measures the quality of the semantic concepts underlying the database. Applications can have different design and model grades.

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