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Data Model for Hospitality   
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Wikipedia has an interesting entry on Hospitality and this one on Hospitality Management Studies.
This builds on our work on Canonical Data Models which we use as a Design Pattern.

Step 1. Define the Conceptual Data Model This is interesting to Business Users and Business Analysts. Conceptual Data Model

Step 2. Define the Logical Data Model This adds Table and Field names and is interesting to Data Anaalysts, Developers and DBAS. Logical Data Model

Step 3. Define the Physical Data Model This is a step towards creating a Database. Physical Data Model

Barry Williams
Principal Consultant
Database Answers Ltd.
London, England
November 13th. 2016

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