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N-ary relationships in ER models continue to be constructs that are misunderstood by educators, difficult to apply for practitioners, and problematic in their interpretation to relational schemas. These problems are due to causes ranging from a difficulty in identifying legitimate ternary relationships in practical situations to the lack of understanding of the construct in relation to the basis of normalization upon which the relational model is grounded. Song, Evan, and Park (1995) provide a comparative analysis of conceptual modeling notations.
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