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| The closely related research areas management of semistructured data and languages for querying the Web have recently attracted a lot of interest. We argue that languages supporting deduction and object-orientation dood languages are particularly suited in this context: Objectorientation provides a exible common data model for combining information from heterogeneous sources and for handling partial information. Techniques for navigating in object-oriented databases can be applied todoi:10.1016/s0306-4379(98)00030-1 fatcat:gznhpygfgzaijmdhnrqm3cpcx4