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New Years Data To DB - Arithmetic, Graphs and Relations

Posted 03-14-2019 at 04:58 PM by astrogeek
Updated 03-15-2019 at 12:14 PM by astrogeek (Forgot aggregate column)

... Or, How To Get From Arithmetic to Relational Algebra and Enjoy The Trip!

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Originally Posted by dogpatch View Post
I found the 'NP Complete' link quite interesting, even though i still don't fully grasp the concept, nor your explanations about sets, etc.
I would very much like to try to explain some of the ideas of sets, how those are important to some aspects of our fun with the newyears puzzle, and why that takes us into the domains of graph theory and relational databases. In doing so, I do not pretend...
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New Years Data To DB - The Model and The Data

Posted 03-12-2019 at 03:48 PM by astrogeek
Updated 03-12-2019 at 05:02 PM by astrogeek (typos)

With a now complete solution set and minimal set of generating expressions, it seems reasonable to think about inserting these into a relational database in order to more easily explore the landscape. To do so we need a normalized data model to query, and methods of capturing the data into the model or schema, both of which are easily within reach.

First, it is important to realize how many unique result sets there are, and how these are related to the ten thousand four digit "years"....
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