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During the past several years, an object-oriented approach to programming and designing complex software systems has received tremendous attention in the programming languages, knowledge representation, and database disciplines. Although the objectoriented approach has become popular, there has been much confusion and controversy about what object-oriented means. In this paper, we will attempt to contribute towards a foundation for object-oriented databases on the basis of the research resultsdoi:10.1109/69.60796 fatcat:6m7zpgmffbhr7eqnr6ijeuu3lq