ISBL

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ISBL (Information Systems Base Language) is the relational algebra notation that was invented for PRTV, one of the earliest database management systems to implement E.F. Codd's relational model of data.

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  • IBM Business System 12 - An IBM industrial strength relational DBMS influenced by ISBL. It was developed for use by customers of IBM's time-sharing service bureaux in various countries the early 1980s.

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