A collection of properties which should be possessed by data in a relational database.For example, in a database of family members, if we enter A as a spouse of B, we should also enter B as a spouse of A. Similarly, if we remove one end of the relationship we should also remove the other.
Last updated: 1998-02-18
reference counting ♦ referential integrity ♦ referentially transparent
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