Normalization is the process of organizing a database table to minimize data redundancy and improve data integrity.

Normalization is achieved by breaking down a large table into smaller, more manageable tables.

The goal of normalization is to minimize data duplication and prevent data inconsistencies

Normalization is usually accomplished through a series of steps called normal forms

The most common normal forms are first normal form (1NF), second normal form (2NF), and third normal form (3NF).

Normalization can improve database performance and reduce the risk of data inconsistencies

It's important to carefully consider the benefits and drawbacks of normalization when designing a database

Normalization is an important concept in relational database design and is widely used in SQL database systems.