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In this paper, we present an approach to developing Global Picture Archiving and Communication System (Global PACS) applications based on the Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) specification ... The paper presents the initial development and the basic functions of remote consultation sessions have designed based on the CORBA definitions. Further research and development work is summarized. ... We present an approach using the CORBA concept to modify and enhance the Global PACS implementation into an object-oriented approach. ...doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34947-3_16 fatcat:yl6ihydh5jb2riqdckamqefnk4
The major benefit we can obtain from Object-Orientation is of course object itself and the feature that enable us making an object persistent. ... There are many ways of implementing Object-Persistence among which Gateway-based method, Object-Relational database method and Object-Oriented database method are the three major categories. ... There are three major techniques used for implementing Object-Persistence namely Gateway-Based, Object-Relational DBMS and Object-Oriented DBMS techniques. ...doi:10.5120/14837-3099 fatcat:gzpzdh7zkjcr7kdgw6q3eznqde
ACM SIGCSE Bulletin
As an outcome, students were able to solve problems that could not be solved well in a relational database. ORDBMS was implemented with Universal Modeling Language (UML) and the Oracle 8i server. ... Object-relational DBMS was gradually added as a new topic to the author's database course in response to the rapid changes in DBMS technology in the real world. ... As an evolutionary technology, the objectrelational DBMS has inherited the robust transaction-and performance-management features of its relational ancestor and the flexibility of its object-oriented cousin ...doi:10.1145/366413.364715 fatcat:4veaj6ami5czndupccym3w5y6m
As an outcome, students were able to solve problems that could not be solved well in a relational database. ORDBMS was implemented with Universal Modeling Language (UML) and the Oracle 8i server. ... Object-relational DBMS was gradually added as a new topic to the author's database course in response to the rapid changes in DBMS technology in the real world. ... As an evolutionary technology, the objectrelational DBMS has inherited the robust transaction-and performance-management features of its relational ancestor and the flexibility of its object-oriented cousin ...doi:10.1145/364447.364715 dblp:conf/sigcse/Wang01 fatcat:ymulhznzwrazznqsfofsytqt2a
Proceedings of the 2008 EDBT workshop on Software engineering for tailor-made data management - SETMDM '08
In this paper we present our approach towards a modularized database management system (DBMS) whose components can be adapted at runtime and show the modularization of a DBMS beneath the record-oriented ... Finally we show the implementation techniques that enable the exchange of database modules dynamically. ... Current software engineering practices like service orientation and loose coupling are used to structure the design of the DBMS and therewith simplify the development and maintenance. ...doi:10.1145/1385486.1385498 fatcat:lud7kzcn3jd6lhnxjycyxo7ioi
Observed advantages of using a persistent programming language for database system implementation include ease of implementation of specialpurpose persistent objects used by the DBMS such as catalogs, ... and the Triton nested relation DBMS). ... Generator class facilities in an object-oriented language need to allow use of object-oriented style with generated classes. ...doi:10.1145/117954.117978 dblp:conf/oopsla/HansonHR91 fatcat:uwwsn4piijdr7kf3fqtir6zuf4
Business Object Design and Implementation
Business information systems have become an integrated part of the modern enterprise and as such are required to enable the enterprise to serve and adapt to complex and dynamic business needs. ... Business objects are defined as components of the information system that directly represent the business model. ... A business-object "wrapper" is written in the language of the existing DBMS (business objects do not have to be implemented in an object-oriented language) using a businessobject framework. ...doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-0947-1_2 fatcat:upyifgoqljflnl7sesr54vig4y
Due to the immaterial nature of software, its development can be regarded as the goal-oriented production of a heterogeneous set of mostly highly-structured, interrelated units of informationÑinformation ... The development of software systems is a complex process involving a variety of individual tasks, collaborative work, and lifecycle management of the resulting products and product parts. ... The evolution of a software repository can be supported by metalevel mechanisms (i.e., metadata and meta-object protocols as implemented in some object-oriented DBMS) which operate on the types of the ...doi:10.1145/336512.336580 dblp:conf/icse/DittrichTG00 fatcat:jr5mmdao5zb4llpqtolnmrlbui
However, beyond these broad prin- ciples there is a lack of consensus among researchers on what exactly an object-oriented DBMS should be (Stonebraker 1989). ... struction are a generalization of soils of type A and soils of type B) and aggregation (e.g., a developed property is an aggregation of a building, con- nections to power, water, and sewage services, landscape ...
Object-oriented program, an emerging dominant paradigm in designing and constructing large and complex information systems. ... Therefore to reduce the gap between industry expectation and students understanding a deeper understanding of programming is essential and hence taught to undergraduate engineering students. ... Design phase 2.Objec-oriented programming implementation 3.DBMS implementation 4.Integration of OOPS with DBMS 5.Structured enquiry 6. Open-ended project. ...doi:10.16920/jeet/2021/v34i0/157155 fatcat:22k4647wejafhcggxkbzmfycd4
IBM Systems Journal
in an object-oriented programming language. ... There are three classes of solutions for implementing persistence in object-oriented applications: the gateway-based object persistence approach, which involves adding object-oriented programming access ... Acknowledgments Our thanks to the reviewers and the editor for giving us valuable comments. ...doi:10.1147/sj.361.0066 fatcat:rcmjmps6tjfl5pfkbdrnqlho4m
Applications in the domain of embedded systems are diverse and store an increasing amount of data. ... In a non-trivial case study on Berkeley DB, we evaluate our approach and compare it to other approaches for tailoring DBMS. ... The presented work is part of projects FAME-DBMS, 12 ViERforES, 13 and FeatureFoundation. 14 ...doi:10.1016/j.datak.2009.07.013 fatcat:qq55d2zctfeyvmnokixv2tsm3q
In fact, one of the important contributions of Brown University’s IRIS (Institute for Re- search in Information and Scholarship) project has been an analysis of the applicability of relational and object-oriented ... Two such systems are Intermedia and the Virtual Notebook System. Early versions of Intermedia were implemented on top of the INGRES relational DBMS. ...
This paper describes the current challenges on the interoperability of heterogeneous database management systems and then focusses on the role of the objectoriented approach to facilitate the interconnection ... of multiple database systems. ... In an object-oriented data model every entity is an object. That is, an object could be a federation, a node, a database, schema, or a DBMS. ...doi:10.1145/259526.259557 dblp:conf/acm/Thuraisingham95 fatcat:dzmlcmmajfehvi2dbghf7g2ywq
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
This surveyis an excerpt from [SPSWg0] and [sswg0]. ... The research objective is the exploration of the architecture of a COoperative System for the Management of ObjectS (COSMOS). In short, we are on the way "from the kernel to the cosmos". 1. ... In this sense, the kernel can also be viewed as an extended file system. • AnApplication(--oriented) Object Manager (AOM) together with the kernel implements a fullfledged DBMS tailored to an individual ...doi:10.1007/3-540-54009-1_27 fatcat:uhc7x5ukcffn3plvq3c7afsdya
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