1NF


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1NFFirst Normal Form
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If the entity set is 2NF, the classifier tries to find for the rule to be matched in decision tree and if it matches with the rules of 1NF, the classifier tries to find the match the rules of 2NF, if there is a match, it further finds for match with the rules of 3NF and if the rules of 3NF is not matched with the entity set, the classifier declares the result that the classification of normal form is 2NF.
A relation is in second normal form (abbreviated 2NF) if it is in 1NF and no non-key attribute is partially dependent on any candidate key [7], [1].
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The poor/emaciated categories were over-represented in moose showing ELA and MWS ([chi square] = 28.0245, 1 df, P < 0.05, [chi square] = 10.237, 1 df, P < 0.05, respectively), but there was a tendency for 1NF to be under-represented ([chi square] = 3.7057, 1 df, P = 0.0542).
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An important paper on the topic by Dey and Sarkar [1996] proposes an elegant 1NF approach to handling probabilistic databases.
(1) This is sometimes referred to as the First-Normal Form (1NF) of database systems.
The relational data model, which imposes the first normal form (1NF) restriction, has been found to be inexpressive for many novel database applications, such as engineering design, graphic databases, CAD/CAM, etc., as these applications require proper representation and manipulation of arbitrarily complex values with internal structures.
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(3) Department of Public Health and Primary Care, University of Oxford, Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford OX2 6HE and Nuffield College, Oxford OX1 1NF, UK
b) The Spanish inflation rate (1NF), as a proxy for macroeconomic instability, negatively, as discussed above.