- The dissociative record refers to the records free from the physical table in form. The analyst can take the individual record as an object to fetch value, compute, and modify, just similar to the access to an object.
- The dissociative record enables the analyst to focus on the concerned data and save them from the interference, so that the faster and more convenient data computation can be achieved.
- The dissociative record is the embodiment of stepwise computation. For SQL, the feature of dissociative record is unavailable.