# second normal form

• 1 Second normal form — (2NF) is a normal form used in database normalization. 2NF was originally defined by E.F. CoddCodd, E.F. Further Normalization of the Data Base Relational Model. (Presented at Courant Computer Science Symposia Series 6, Data Base Systems, New… …

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• 2 second normal form — noun A stage in the normalization of a relational database in which it is in first normal form and every non key attribute is dependent upon the entire primary key. See Also: first normal form …

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• 3 Second fundamental form — In differential geometry, the second fundamental form is a quadratic form on the tangent plane of a smooth surface in the three dimensional Euclidean space, usually denoted by II. Together with the first fundamental form, it serves to define… …

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• 4 Normal-form game — In game theory, normal form is a way of describing a game. Unlike extensive form, normal form representations are not graphical per se, but rather represent the game by way of a matrix. While this approach can be of greater use in identifying… …

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• 5 First normal form — (1NF or Minimal Form) is a normal form used in database normalization. A relational database table that adheres to 1NF is one that meets a certain minimum set of criteria. These criteria are basically concerned with ensuring that the table is a… …

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• 6 Third normal form — The third normal form (3NF) is a normal form used in database normalization. 3NF was originally defined by E.F. CoddCodd, E.F. Further Normalization of the Data Base Relational Model. (Presented at Courant Computer Science Symposia Series 6, Data …

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• 7 fifth normal form — noun A stage in the normalization of a relational database in which a database is in fourth normal form and every join dependency is implied by the candidate keys. See Also: first normal form …

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• 8 third normal form — noun A stage in the normalization of a relational database in which a database is in second normal form and all non key attributes are mutually independent (no transient dependencies.) See Also …

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• 9 fourth normal form — noun A stage in the normalization of a relational database in which a database is in Boyce Codd normal form and all multi valued dependencies are functional dependencies. See Also: first normal form, second normal form, third normal form …

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• 10 first normal form — noun A stage in the normalization of a relational database in which repeating groups and attributes have been eliminated by putting each into a separate table connected by a primary key foreign key relationship. See Also: second normal form …

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• 11 Jordan normal form — In linear algebra, a Jordan normal form (often called Jordan canonical form)[1] of a linear operator on a finite dimensional vector space is an upper triangular matrix of a particular form called Jordan matrix, representing the operator on some… …

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• 12 Skolem normal form — A formula of first order logic is in Skolem normal form (named after Thoralf Skolem) if it is in conjunctive prenex normal form with only universal first order quantifiers. Every first order formula can be converted into Skolem normal form while… …

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• 13 Fourth normal form — (4NF) is a normal form used in database normalization. Introduced by Ronald Fagin in 1977, 4NF is the next level of normalization after Boyce Codd normal form (BCNF). Whereas the second, third, and Boyce Codd normal forms are concerned with… …

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• 14 Greibach normal form — In computer science, to say that a context free grammar is in Greibach normal form (GNF) means that all production rules are of the form::A o alpha X or:S o lambdawhere A is a nonterminal symbol, α is a terminal symbol, X is a (possibly empty)… …

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• 15 Domain/key normal form — (DKNF) is a normal form used in database normalization which requires that the database contains no constraints other than domain constraints and key constraints. A domain constraint specifies the permissible values for a given attribute, while a …

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• 16 Boyce-Codd normal form — noun A stage in the normalization of a relational database in which a database is in third normal form and all determinants are candidate keys. See Also: first normal form, second normal form, fourth normal form, fift …

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• 17 Boyce-Codd normal form — (or BCNF) is a normal form used in database normalization. It is a slightly stronger version of the third normal form (3NF). A table is in Boyce Codd normal form if and only if, for every one of its non trivial functional dependencies X → Y , X… …

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• 18 Normal mode — For other types of mode, see Mode (disambiguation). Vibration of a single normal mode of a circular disc with a pinned boundary condition along the entire outer edge. See other modes. A normal mode of an oscillating system is a pattern of motio …

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• 19 Second language acquisition — is the process by which people learn a second language in addition to their native language(s). The term second language is used to describe the acquisition of any language after the acquisition of the mother tongue. The language to be learned is …

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• 20 Normal-inverse Gaussian distribution — Normal inverse Gaussian (NIG) parameters: μ location (real) α tail heavyness (real) β asymmetry parameter (real) δ scale parameter (real) support …

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