Logical data model reviews are an integral part of the modeling process. Periodic reviews of the logical data model allow the data architect to make minor adjustments rather than radical change. The number and frequency of reviews vary according to the size of the modeling effort. However, even the smallest modeling project should include at least two reviews, an initial review and a final review. For extensive modeling efforts that span several months, consider reviewing the logical data model at evenly spaced intervals, no more than three to four weeks apart.
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