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Issues in object database management

Jacob Stein, Tim Andrews, Bill Kent, Kate Rotzell, Dan Weinreb
1990 Proceedings of the European conference on object-oriented programming on Object-oriented programming systems, languages, and applications - OOPSLA/ECOOP '90  
While the availability of commercial systems from several vendors indicates maturity in object database management technology, there are numerous issues which remain.  ...  This panel will attempt to expose and discuss several of these issues. October 21-25, 1990 ECOOP/OOPSLA '90 Proceedings 235  ...  Part of the performance advantage realized by object database ,management systems comes from linking application programs with the database management system, and the use of large virtual memory caches  ... 
doi:10.1145/97945.97973 dblp:conf/oopsla/SteinAKRW90 fatcat:kdlbhbbv3jh3joepaq4re2ejey

Issues in Transaction-Time Temporal Object Database Systems

Kjetil Norvag
2001 Journal of Database Management  
In this paper, we discuss some temporal ODB research issues and possible solutions related to object storage, object management, main memory buffering, and language bindings.  ...  Object database systems (ODBs) are an attractive alternative to relational database systems, especially in application areas where the modeling power or performance of relational database systems is insufficient  ...  OBJECT MANAGEMENT ISSUES In this section, we consider the physical management of objects on persistent storage, main memory management, clustering aspects, OID indexing, and temporal large objects.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jdm.2001100104 fatcat:j55onmmyknge7espzrxapxoxxq

On processing nested queries in distributed object-oriented database systems

Wang-Chien Lee, Dik Lun Lee
Proceedings RIDE-DOM'95. Fifth International Workshop on Research Issues in Data Engineering-Distributed Object Management  
In this paper, we discuss nested query processing in a distributed object-oriented database system. We present three query processing strategies to exploit parallelism in a distributed environment.  ...  The database is distributed across the sites, each o f which m a y issue a query and receive the result back.  ...  Each site is capable of data storage and management a n d m a y participate in query processing.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ride.1995.378750 dblp:conf/ride/LeeL95 fatcat:pzq6suczuzbzdgdi6fepnddsdi

Fitting Round Objects Into Square Databases [chapter]

D. C. Tsichritzis, O. M. Nierstrasz
1988 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Object-oriented systems could use much of the functionality of database systems to manage their objects.  ...  Persistence, object identity, storage management, distribution and concurrency control are some of the things that database systems traditionally handle well.  ...  It is therefore quite natural to propose that the object manager use a database system for dealing with database issues.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45910-3_17 fatcat:vsfewig5jrgofjvh7kwcquedpq

Design Issues and Experimental Database Architecture for Telecommunications [chapter]

Juha Taina, Kimmo Raatikainen
1997 Intelligent Networks and Intelligence in Networks  
The persistent and temporal information needed in operations and management of the telecommunication networks and services will be in databases.  ...  We also introduce an experimental database architecture which is a real-time distributed object-oriented database architecture.  ...  In addition, the Physical Object Manager Service uses the Distribution Manager Service when an access to an object in a different database node is needed.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35066-0_11 fatcat:6vho4y22bjf7nbp2m5bjnt2seu

Mobile Query Processing-Taxonomy, Issues and Challenges [chapter]

Diya Thomas, Sabu M. Thampi
2011 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
This paper deals with the mobile query processing with special focus on classification of mobile queries and issues in mobile query processing.  ...  With advancement in wireless technologies like development of Wireless Application Protocol and third generation mobile system that has many powerful capabilities like storage of small database, query  ...  Moving Object database queries are queries that are issued by mobile or fixed object and that retrieve data from moving object database.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-22709-7_7 fatcat:iib6wooowvaq5hff3nzf5gkzka

Exploiting relational database technology in a GIS

Peter Batty
1992 Computers & Geosciences  
Geographic information systems are no exception, and need to tackle all these issues. Standard relational database management systems provide many features to help solve the issues mentioned so far.  ...  This article describes how the IBM geoManager product approaches these issues by storing all its geographic data in a standard relational database product in order to take advantage of such features.  ...  Concurrent update A key issue in a large database with many users is the management of concurrent update problems.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0098-3004(92)90075-3 fatcat:ypznnawj4zdmpkmyyhhptyhfme

Object-oriented approach to interconnecting trusted database management systems

Bhavani Thuraisingham, Harvey Rubinovitz
1993 ACM SIGSAC Review  
This position paper describes an object-oriented approach to connecting trusted database management systems.  ...  In particular, an object model of the heterogeneous environment, the operation of the system, and a possible approach to simulating the environment using object-oriented technology are discussed.  ...  ISSUES IN INTERCONNECTION In this section we discuss the issues involved in interconnecting heterogeneous database systems and then discuss the security impact for each issue.  ... 
doi:10.1145/153949.153951 fatcat:imjlkiqvx5a67lidtwov3qyi64

Books

Karen Takle Quinn, Franz Spickhoff
1992 IBM Systems Journal  
Data modeling and the semantics of object-oriented databases are covered in chapters 2 through 8. Design and implementation issues are covered in chapters 9 through 14.  ...  Typically, a reader who wants to become familiar with the issues related to the de- sign of object-oriented databases will have to re- fer to research papers, conference proceedings, and the object-oriented  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.311.0147 fatcat:4eih6qrkfre7nprtbu6z6xenm4

Object management issues for software engineering environments workshop report

Maria H. Penedo, Erhard Ploedereder, Ian Thomas
1988 Proceedings of the third ACM SIGSOFT/SIGPLAN software engineering symposium on Practical software development environments - SDE 3  
Issues in object management for SEEs are being addressed by both the software engineering and database research communities.  ...  The discussions which occurred in those working groups are described in the following reports, Data Models in Object Management Systems, authored by E.  ... 
doi:10.1145/64135.65024 dblp:conf/sde/PenedoPT88 fatcat:56kshdqd45bnbkhntexgltkd5m

Page 34 of Electronic Publishing Vol. 6, Issue 1 [page]

1993 Electronic Publishing  
RESEARCH ISSUES AND FUTURE WORK Research on hyperbase management systems is in an early, experimental phase. As a result, the field is in tremendous flux.  ...  In this regard, POSTGRES could be viewed as an example of a structural object-oriented database system.  ... 

Multimedia database management systems

Arif Ghafoor
1995 ACM Computing Surveys  
In this paper, we elaborate on issues pertaining to multimedia database management and discuss technical challenges involved in developing a general-purpose multimedia DBMS.  ...  In this section, we focus on two development issues that are unique to multimedia databases and are crucial for Multimedia Database Management Systems q 597 realizing the reference  ... 
doi:10.1145/234782.234798 fatcat:lrqmgue5cbfjnjsq5ne3vxyizi

Preface

Gene F. Hoffnagle
1994 IBM Systems Journal  
This issue presents a current view of the technol- ogies and environments for management of large enterprise databases.  ...  In the second paper of this set, Alfred provides a view of the technology for ObjectStore**, an ob- ject database management system (ODBMsS) that is now part of IBM’s object database solution and the database  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.332.0226 fatcat:fushtcq7fzdftb6k67me2lhqgy

Integration of CORBA and object relational databases

Kai-Chih Liang, Daphne Chyan, Yue-Shan Chang, Win-Tsung Lo, Shyan-Ming Yuan
2003 Computer Standards & Interfaces  
The research team involved with this paper found that the ODMG object database concept is useful to solve the issues encountered when integrating CORBA and relational database standards.  ...  In most cases, CORBA architects have adopted relational databases for storage of persistent data.  ...  This, in the future, can achieve object relational data management standards.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0920-5489(03)00009-6 fatcat:63vn7ff6lbh23j4sb7z56u3o2m

Page 257 of American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals Vol. 127, Issue 4 [page]

2001 American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals  
Databases Information extracted and stored in Database Project Database Virtual Private Network (VPN oad - Encrypted - . 5 Document Repository | ASP!  ...  The technology issues we plan to research include challenges in implementing and deploying distributed web-centric project management systems in large-scale A/E/C projects including feasibility, perfor  ... 
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