Building an Object-Oriented Database System. The Morgan Kaufmann Series in Data Management Systems

  • ID: 1757775
  • Book
  • 640 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Modern database and software system technology must respond to a wide variety of needs. Advanced applications such as office automation, CAD, or software engineering have new requirements in design environments, transaction mechanisms, and data types. This comprehensive volume by designers, implementors and users covers all aspects of building an object-oriented software system from data model through system implementation, interfaces, and applications. Utilizing techniques from databases, object-oriented languages, programming environments, and user interfaces, O2 is a landmark object-oriented database system representing a new generation of database technology. This guide will help researchers, database designers, and users to assess the nature and potential of object-oriented technology for themselves.

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1 The Object-Oriented Database System Manifesto, by Atkinson, Bancilhon, DeWitt, Dittrich, Maier, and Zdonik
2 The Story of O2,, by Deux et al.
3 Introduction to the Data Model, by Kanellakis, Lecluse, and Richard
4 O2, an Object-Oriented Data Model, by Lecluse, Richard, and Velez
5 Object Identity as a Query-Language Primitive, by Abiteboul and Kanellakis
6 Method Schemas, by Abiteboul, Knallakis, and Waller
7 A Framework for Schema Updates in an Object-Oriented Database System, by Zicari
8 Introduction to Languages, by Bancilhon and Maier
9 The O2 Database Programming Language, by Lecluse and Richard
10 Lisp O2: A Persistent Object-Oriented Lisp, by Barbedette
11 A Query Language for O2, by Bancilhon, Cluet, and Delobel
12 Reloop, and Algebra-Based Query Language for O2 , by Cluet, Delobel, Lecluse, and Richard
13 Using Database Applications to Compare Programming Languages, by Gamerman, Lanquette, and Velez
14 Introduction to the System, by Delobel and Velez
15 The O2 Object Manager: An Overview, by Velez, Bernard, and Darnis
16 Handling Distribution in the O2 System, by Bernard and Stève
17 Clustering Strategies in O2: An Overview, by Benzaken, Delobel, and Harrus
18 Three Alternative Workstation-Server Architectures, by DeWitt, Futtersack, Maier, and Velez
19 Consistency of Versions in Object-Oriented Databases, by Cellary and Jomier
20 Integrating Concurrency Control, by Cart and Ferrie
21 Introduction to the Programming Environment, by Delobel, Kanellakis, and Plateau
22 Building User Interfaces with Looks, by Plateau, Borras, Leveque, Mamou, and Tallot
23 The O2 Programming Environment, by Borras, Doucet, Pfeffer, and Tallot
24 Using a Database System to Implement a Debugger, by Doucet and Pfeffer
25 Incremental Compilation in O2, by Larcheveque
26 Self-explained Toolboxes, by Arango
27 A Guided Tour of an O2 Application, by Grosselin and James
28 Geographic Applications: An Experience with O2, by Scholl and Voisard
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Bancilhon, Francois
Delobel, Claude
Kanellakis, Paris
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