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Are you talking about Relational Algebra in terms of Databases?
it is somthing u might need in the fulture. so i hope i help u out. i can go ask my brother and ask him and than tell u. if u want me 2. just email me and let me know k. good night
Yes and no. I found the topic while I was reading about Databases, but I want how this knowledge can help me with databases and If it have more applications.
i will ask him 2 night and than i will email u 2 mrrow what he said k. so i hope u understand that he is buzzy with his room and that. but i can still as himwait now if u want me 2. k just email me and let me know k. good night
Thank you @afranklin12!
I don't know if it has more applications, I only learned about it in the context of databases. It's useful because using relational algebra you can describe all the various types of operations that relational databases do. In essence it helps you *think* like a database and gives you a frame of reference to compare the vocabulary of various databases. For example, MySQL and Oracle have some differences in how they handle complex queries, etc, etc.
That great, I've doing some research on google about it. But until know this is the best anwers I've gotten. Thank you farm. Would you recommend me some books or written material about it?
Wikipedia and the internets are your friend, bro. Both of those will be far more up-to-date than any textbook I could recommend. :)