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We have continued talking about ER-modeling, EER-modeling. Next week, we will start on ER-mapping and and talk about how to create a database in Access.
1. [The bank's miniworld]
We want to design a database for a small bank
"For customers we store name, address, and SSN, and we give them a unique ID. We offer three types of accounts to our customers: checking, saving, and money market. All of these accounts have a unique account_nr, current balance, and the day they were opened. The checking account has a service charge associated with it, and both the saving and money market accounts an interest_rate. The money market account, furthermore, has a minimum balance. Customers can deposit money into any of these accounts freely; when they do, we need to store the amount and the time for such a transaction. We also keep track of customer's check transactions (amount, time), but we only allow checks for our checking accounts. The saving account comes with an ATM card, again we keep track of transactions (amount, time, type [deposit, withdrawal]).
Based on this description, design an EER diagram for the bank. Think carefully about what objects should become entities and which relations you want. Add all the attributes you need, and finally include key and minimum/maximum cardinality constraints.
2. [Extra Credit]
Add the customer part to the ER-model. (Include all earlier parts of the LeeAnne Vineyards ER-model that are relevant to this part.)