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An obvious constraint on a part-structure tree is that no part can contain itself as a component at any level (in other words, there mustn t be any cycles in the graph). We can state this constraint formally as follows: CONSTRAINT NO_CYCLES IS_EMPTY ( ( TCLOSE ( MM ) ) WHERE MAJOR_P# = MINOR_P# ) ; Of course, this formulation does assume that TCLOSE is defined (and implemented) in such a way that it still works if the graph includes cycles. If you can t be sure of this assumption, use TRANCLO instead, which certainly does work in the presence of cycles. Exercise: Check this latter claim.
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Don t assume, however, that cycles in such graphs are always invalid. A simple counterexample is provided by the case of a transportation network, where, if there s a path from A to B, there s certainly a path from B to A as well. Of course, suitable care must be taken over the design of algorithms that process such graphs; otherwise you might find that, for example, the system suggests one possible airline route from SFO (San Francisco) to JFK (New York) is SFO - SJC (San Jose) - SFO - JFK.
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Another Kind of Tree
There s another kind of tree in common use (especially in database contexts) that s logically different in several ways from the ones we ve been discussing so far: namely, the kind of tree found in, e.g., IMS databases. I ll use IMS as the basis for my discussions until further notice. Note: IMS uses the term hierarchy instead of tree, but the terms are more or less interchangeable (at least their meanings overlap considerably); I ll stay with tree in what follows. In fact, from this point forward I ll simply ignore all IMS-specific details, terminological or otherwise, if they re irrelevant to my main purpose. The first thing I have to say is that the picture gets muddied instantly, because IMS actually involves two different kinds of trees, which I ll refer to as type trees and occurrence trees, respectively.6 An IMS database contains a set of occurrence trees, each of which is basically a tree in fact, an ordered tree in the sense of that term as used in this chapter thus far. (More or less, anyway; actually there are a few differences, which I ll get to in a moment.) By way of example, consider Figure 14-11, which shows an occurrence tree from a certain IMS education database (which is based on a real application, incidentally). That figure is meant to be interpreted as follows:
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6. Don t confuse the term type tree as used here and the term type hierarchy as used in connection with type inheritance matters. Type hierarchies are used to represent the fact that certain types are subtypes of certain other types; they have nothing to do with the subject of the present chapter.
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A certain education course (course number 8) has a set of offerings and a set of immediate prerequisite courses. One such offering (offering number 1) and one such prerequisite (course number 4) are represented in the figure. Note: The figure deliberately shows explicit edges only where it also shows the corresponding child nodes explicitly. Offering 1 of course 8 has a set of teachers and a set of students. One such teacher (employee number 22) and one such student (employee number 56) are represented in the figure. Note: The education system represented by this database is purely internal to the company in question; thus, all teachers and all students are indeed employees of the company. To repeat, an occurrence tree like the one shown in Figure 14-11 is just a tree in the sense in which I defined that term near the beginning of this chapter (to a first approximation, anyway). But there s another kind of tree involved here, too. To be specific, every occurrence tree in a given IMS database is supposed to conform to the corresponding type tree. Figure 14-12 shows the type tree corresponding to Figure 14-11. To elaborate:
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