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+ | The objective of this worksheet is to | ||

+ | * Write algebraic expressions to solve basic Datalog queries that do not involve rules. | ||

+ | * Work examples of Datalog queries by hand | ||

+ | * Design the classes and interfaces needed to support the use of relational algebra to interpret Datalog programs. | ||

+ | ==Problems== | ||

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+ | # Create a Datalog file with at least a 3-ary relation and write queries for the relation that represent the range of queries and outputs that might occur. You need at least 4 queries minimum. Justify your answer (i.e., explain why your set of queries is representative of what may be encountered in an arbitrary Datalog input with just facts). | ||

+ | # For each query in the prior problem, write the algebraic expression to solve the query. | ||

+ | # Solve each query in the first problem by hand showing the relation created after each unary operation in the algebraic expression. | ||

+ | # Design a class to represent a relation and to represent a tuple. Include the member variables and method interface. | ||

+ | # Write pseudo-code for the select, rename, and project operations on the relation. |