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Compilation based evaluation of object-oriented deductive queries

Iain D. McLaren

Compilation based evaluation of object-oriented deductive queries

by Iain D. McLaren

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.)-University of Birmingham, School of Computer Science.

Statementby Iain D. McLaren.
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Open LibraryOL16736322M

OOSAD is a very well written book for the expierenced & for practising author introduces the Object Oriented concepts in a very logical & 'easy to understand' way.I found that the chapters on feasibility analysis very very practical chapter introduces requirement analysis in a very lucid manner that is not generally given in most books on the Cited by: A Logical Foundation for Deductive Object-Oriented Databases † They are invoked through instances of the classes. In deductive databases, we use rules instead of functions and procedures. By analogy, methods in deduc-tive object-oriented databases can be defined using rules and encapsulated in class definitions.

How is Deductive Object-Oriented Database abbreviated? DOOD stands for Deductive Object-Oriented Database. DOOD is defined as Deductive . Looking for abbreviations of DOQL? It is Deductive Object Query Language. Deductive Object Query Language listed as DOQL. Deductive Object Query Language - How is Deductive Object Query Language abbreviated? Deductive and Object Oriented Databases; Deductive Approach to Information Systems and Databases; Deductive argument; Deductive.

An object-oriented database system is a database system with an object-oriented Data Model. At present, there exist several different object-oriented data models. They are either based on existing object-oriented languages, like C++ and Smalltalk, or they have been newly developed. There exists no single object-oriented data model. A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF OBJECT-ORIENTED ANALYSIS AND DESIGN METHODS WITH A SPECIAL FOCUS ON OBJECT FORMULATION by Helen Campbell, Cert Ed, BSc (Hons) A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment for the requirements of the award of Master of Philosophy University of Central Lancashire May


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Compilation based evaluation of object-oriented deductive queries by Iain D. McLaren Download PDF EPUB FB2

Deductive and object-oriented databases should not be viewed as competitors but as two layers of abstraction (specification and implementation) within an overall knowledge base management systems (KBMS) architecture. Software process modeling is proposed as an efficient means to maintain the relationships between the two layers.

Deductive and object-oriented database compilation recursive query evaluation query optimization Research is partially supported by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada under the grant OGP and by the Networks of Centres of Excellence Program (with the participation of PRECARN association) under the grant IRIS-ICCited by: 2.

In summary, deductive and object-oriented spatial data modelling and integrated processing of queries in deductive and object-oriented spatial databases supports high-level spatial database interface and promotes compilation-based, set-oriented, efficient query processing, and therefore, represents a promising direction in the development of Cited by: 8.

Deductive databases and object-oriented databases are at the forefront of research in next-generation intelligent database systems. Object-oriented programming and design methodologies have great potential, promising to reduce the complexity of very large software systems in such domains as computer-aided design and manufacturing, integrated Book Edition: 1.

Since most linear recursions can be compiled into chain forms, a chain-based query evaluation method is developed, which selects an efficient query evaluation algorithm based on the analysis of compiled forms and finiteness, termination and query by: 8.

Query Evaluation in Deductive and Object-Oriented Databases (DOOD) Examining Committee: Dr. Tom Shermer query-independent compilation and chain-based evaluation, developed for deductive Graph-Based Object-Oriented Query Optimization. Semantic Query Optimization in Deductive Object-Oriented Databases strategies and query evaluation priorities for queries involving the upper bounds.

has developed two popular models, object-oriented databases and deductive databases. In this section, we review the object-oriented database model and the de-ductive database model, primarily derived from [6, 11].

The goal of objective-oriented databases is to apply object-oriented concepts in object-oriented program-ming in modeling data.

An Efficient Design and Implementation of a Heterogeneous Deductive Object-Oriented Database System. Queries for the deductive object-oriented. A deductive database is a database system that can make deductions (i.e. conclude additional facts) based on rules and facts stored in the (deductive) database.

Datalog is the language typically used to specify facts, rules and queries in deductive databases. Deductive databases have grown out of the desire to combine logic programming with relational databases to Common models: Flat, Hierarchical, Dimensional.

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Deductive and Object-Oriented Databases, DOOD '95, held in Singapore in December Besides two keynote papers by Stefano Ceri and Michael Kifer, the book contains revised full versions of 28 papers selected from a total of 88 submissions.

Get this from a library. Deductive and object-oriented databases: fourth international conference, DOOD'95, Singapore, Decemberproceedings. [Tok Wang Ling;]. Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with Applications is the third edition of the original publication.

The book provides you with plenty of examples on the design and applications on object-oriented software.

You learn more about object-oriented technology, including the Unified Modeling Language (UML)Java, Introduction to Object-Oriented Databases provides the first unified and coherent presentation of the essential concepts and techniques of object-oriented databases.

It consolidates the results of research and development in the semantics and implementation of a full spectrum of database facilities for object-oriented systems, including data model, query, authorization, schema. OODB QUERIES Object-Oriented Queries: Equivalence and Optimization G.M.

Shaw and S.B. Zdonik On Natural Joins in Object-Oriented Databases K. Tanaka and T.-S. Chang Reloop, an Algebra Based Query Language for an Object-Oriented Database System S. Cluet, C Delobel, C Lecluse, and P. Richard PANEL DISCUSSION. Get this from a library. Deductive and Object-Oriented Databases: Fourth International Conference, DOOD '95 Singapore, DecemberProceedings.

[Tok Wang Ling; Alberto O Mendelzon; Laurent Vieille;] -- This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Deductive and Object-Oriented Databases, DOOD '95, held in.

The book provides a balanced overview of the philosophy and practice of object technology and a high level evaluation of the status of and prospects for OO techniques and products. Provides an introduction to and evaluation of object-oriented languages, middleware, databases, and methods; relating them each to conventional technology.

I'm working on a large-scale website project. Currently the website is setup so that SQL queries are made to databases to manipulate them (e.g. if you want to add a user to the user table you would make an INSERT query). I'm considering changing the structure to a more object-oriented design.

So, there might be a Users class or a Products class. Types. Broadly, query languages can be classified according to whether they are database query languages or information retrieval query difference is that a database query language attempts to give factual answers to factual questions, while an information retrieval query language attempts to find documents containing information that is relevant to an area.

I am creating an object oriented representation of a novel or book. I am looking for design patterns or advice in terms of what to make an object, and what to make an attribute of another object. For example, suppose I'm interested in the characters in the novel, and which chapters and pages they appear on.

Deductive and Object-Oriented Databases 5th International Conference, DOOD'97 Montreux, Switzerland, DecemberA Point-Based Temporal Extension of SQL Weil-Founded Semantics for Deductive Object-Oriented Database Languages W. May, B. Luddscher, and G.

Lausen.Evaluation of Object-Oriented Design. Rick Mercer University of Arizona. My submission describes several concrete excursions into developing a vocabulary for object-oriented design in the first course (the first 15 weeks of a computer science degree).Generic Exam: Object-Oriented Analysis and Design.

Time: hours. Marking: marks, plus 10 marks for the bonus question. Purpose. This purpose of this generic exam is to allow you to see what the real final exam will look like, and the relative weighting in terms of marks.