# What is Disjointness constraint and completeness constraint?

## What is Disjointness constraint and completeness constraint?

Constraints. Disjointness constraints – You will need to decide whether a supertype instance may simultaneously be a member of two or more subtypes. Completeness constraints – decide whether a supertype instance must also be a member of at least one subtype.

**What are completeness constraints?**

completeness constraint. A constraint that specifies whether each entity supertype occurrence must also be a member of at least one subtype. The completeness constraint can be partial or total. Partial completeness means that some supertype occurrences might not be members of any subtype.

### What are the two types of completeness constraints?

The completeness constraint can be partial or total. Partial completeness (symbolized by a circle over a single line) means that not every supertype occurrence is a member of a subtype; that is, there may be some supertype occurrences that are not members of any subtype.

**What is Disjointness constraint?**

• Disjoint constraint. – Describes the relationship between. members of the subclasses and indicates whether it is possible for a member of a superclass to be a member of one, or more than one, subclass.

## What does EERD stand for?

EERD

Acronym | Definition |
---|---|

EERD | Extra-Esophageal Reflux Disease |

EERD | Ecological Exposure Research Division (US EPA) |

EERD | Enhanced Entity Relationship Diagram (databases) |

EERD | Erosion and Extraesophageal Reflux Disease |

**What is the difference between ER and EER diagram?**

ER diagram is a visual representation of data based on ER model, and it describes how entities are related to each other in the database. EER diagram is a visual representation of data, based on EER model that is an extension of the original entity-relationship (ER) model.

### Which of the following belong to the completeness constraint?

The completeness constraint may be one of the following: Total generalization or specialization, Partial generalization or specialization. Explanation: Partial generalization or specialization – Some higher-level entities may not belong to any lower-level entity set.

**What are partial completeness and total completeness given an example for each?**

Give example of each. Partial completeness is when a super-type does not need to use one of the subtypes, Where as total completeness must use at least one. Partial ex: an employee can be a student or teacher, but doesn’t have to be. Total ex: A student must be either a graduate or an undergrad.

## Which of the following belongs to the completeness constraint?

**What is disjoint and overlapping constraints?**

In a disjoint constraint you would have to put the musician in either one or the other sub classes. In an overlapping constraint the musician can be put in both. The disjoint rule states an entity instance of a supertype can only be a member of one subtype.

### What is completeness constraint on generalization?

A constraint about generalization hierarchies. A completeness constraint means that every entity in a supertype has a related entity in one of the subtypes. In other words, the union of the set of entities in the subtypes equals the set of entities in the supertype.

**What is the completeness constraint?**

The completeness constraint specifies whether each entity supertype occurrence must also be a member of at least one subtype. The completeness constraint can be partial or total.

## What is a disjoint rule or constraint?

This rule or constraint defines the existence of a supertype entity in a subtype entity. There exist type types of disjoint rules. one instance of any of the subtype entities. employees. Now the disjoint rule tells that at a certain type an employee will be either parallel. then one subtype entities.

**What is disjointness constraint in typescript?**

What is Disjointness constraint? A constraint about generalization hierarchies. A disjointness constraint means that the subtypes do not share any common entities. In other words, the intersection of the sets of entities in the subtypes is empty.

### What does partial completeness mean in statistics?

Partial completeness (symbolized by a circle over a single line) means that not every supertype occurrence is a member of a subtype; that is, there may be some supertype occurrences that are not members of any subtype.