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Database normalization relates to the characterization of redundancy in a relational database's structure.

Normalizing beyond 3NF can be tricky with current SQL technology as of 2005, but a non-fully normalized database may be vulnerable to data corruption (referred to as update anomalies).

The reverse operator is called "nest" which is not always the mathematical inverse of "nest", although "unnest" is the mathematical inverse to "nest".

This report presents a discussion of the mathematics character repertoire of the Unicode Standard [Unicode] as used for mathematics, but it is intended that this discussion apply to mathematical notation in general.

Mathematical Markup Language (MathML™) [MathML], an XML application [XML], is a major beneficiary of the increased repertoire for mathematical symbols.

If Normalization Form C is applied to mathematical text, some accents or overlays used with BMP alphabetic characters may be composed with their base character, even though for mathematical text the decomposed forms would have been preferred.

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