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The design of an information system for a business process can be implemented either in the object-oriented paradigm or in relational database management system as per the client's choice. In object oriented paradigm, the design starts with abstraction of objects, classes, attributes, functional dependencies, interrelationships and use cases but in Relational DataBase Management System (RDBMS) the abstractions may be in the form of entity, attributes, interrelationships, functional dependencies and functionalities. These abstracted view elements are analogous to each other with nomenclature change, e.g., view element entity of a RDBMS is analogous to object/class of an Object Technology.
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