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Oracle- Database Management System
Data management is an extraordinarily old craft. Aristotle's scheme of interlocking classifications of knowledge in his work Physica is a data-management effort. In the early 1800s the Jacquard loom used holes punched in paper cards to represent instructions for controlling the action of a loom. These cards became the basis for Herman Hollerith’s card-sorting device, used for the 1890 U.S. census http://80-gme.grolier.com.ezproxy.apollolibrary.com. Many database programs were designed around the physical cards: the maximum information that could be encoded on a punch card became the length of a standard record. In 1970 Ted Codd researched and documented for IBM a “mathematically consistent and complete way of managing and retrieving information.” This research provided what is known today as “the relational model of data for large shared databanks.” http://www.oracle.com/corporate/investor_relations/news/history.htm.
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