Representing Non-Relational Databases with Darwinian Networks
Int. Journal of Engineering Research and Application, Vol. 7, Issue 5, ( Part -3), pp.119-126, May 2017 DOI:10.9790/9622-070503119126
8 Pages Posted: 12 Aug 2017
Date Written: may 10, 2017
The Darwinian networks (DNs) are first introduced by Dr Butz to simplify and clarify how to work with Bayesian networks (BNs). DNs can unify modeling and reasoning tasks into a single platform using the graphical manipulation of the probability tables that takes on a biological feel. From this view of the DNs, we propose a graphical library to represent and depict non-relational databases using DNs. Because of the growing of this kind of databases, we need even more tools to help in the management work, and the DNs can help with these tasks.
Keywords: No SQL, Darwinian Networks, Non-Relational Database, Java-Script, Software Engineering
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