Art. 06 – Vol. 24 – No. 1 – 2014

DigiMultiCult System Database Core Model

Mihaela Tomescu

Ion Alexandru Marinescu

Dora Coardoş

Lidia Băjenaru

National Institute for Research & Development in Informatics – ICI Bucureşti

Abstract: The paper presents the database core structure on which it has been developed the “Integrated system for promoting and emphasizing multiculturalism for sustainable development of rural areas (DigiMultiCult)”. There are described the data structures and collections of this system.The model of the database core is also presented.

Keywords: database, digital content, CMS, multiculturalism.

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