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    Hello Dear,

    Please Tell Me What are the types of DBMS ?

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    Hierarchical databases
    Network databases
    Relational databases
    Object-oriented databases
    Graph databases
    ER model databases
    Document databases
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    Four Types of DBMS systems are: Hierarchical, Network, Relational & Object-Oriented DBMS.

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    Various types of Database Management Systems based in data models are as follows:
    Relational Database Management Systems.
    Hierarchical Database Management Systems.
    Network Database Management Systems.
    Object-oriented Database Management Systems.

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    Types Of Database Management System


    Hierarchical Databases:
    It is a type of database where the whole data is organized into a tree-like structure. Here data gets stored in parent-children relationship junctions. Using this database you can quickly retrieve data because of the presence of specific links between the table structures.


    Network Databases:
    A network database is a type of database model in which data is arranged in a network structure, wherein multiple member files or data can be linked to the same owner file. It can be said that it is a many-to-many relationship because herein one owner file can be linked to various member files and vice versa.


    Relational Databases:
    This database model is very effective as it stores and grants access to those data points which are related to one another. It is the most popular among other databases. In this type of database, all the data is stored in the form of the table of rows and columns, where a row represents any record and column represents the characteristic.


    Object-oriented Databases:
    Object-oriented databases are distinctive types of databases that represent data in the form of objects and classes. We can say that it is a hybrid of both approaches; Network and Relational Databases. This kind of database deals with the functionality of object-oriented programming.


    Graph Databases:
    It is a type of database that uses graphical structures for semantic queries. Here data is stored and represented in the form of nodes, edges, and properties, where the node is equivalent to a record, the edge represents a link between two nodes, and the last one, properties denote additional information attached to the nodes.


    ER model Databases:
    ER model or entity-relationship model, is a graphical representation of the relationship between different entities. An ER database shows the logical structure of databases, where every row in the table represents the instance of an object type, and every column in a table represents type of characteristics or attributes.


    Document Databases:
    This database is designed for storing, managing, and retrieving information. It saves data in the form of documents and each document establishes the relationship of the data with other data components and attributes.