There is an article on normalisation at IBM developer works for all
those who need a primer on table normalisation.
I learnt this from, would you believe, "dBase Mac" by Jim Heid when I
was one of the two users in the world running that version in 1988-1989
I recomend "Database Application Programming with Linux" Wiley. There
are some good table design chapters even for non Linux people.
Good database design helps make PostgreSQL run fast.
www.tgds.net Library management software toolkit,
redhat linux on Sony Vaio C1XD,
Dreamweaver MX with Tomcat and PostgreSQL
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