5 edition of The Object database standard, ODMG-93 found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by R.G.G. Cattell ; with contributions by Tom Atwood ... [et al.]. ; additional contributions to this reprint by Douglas Barry, Jeff Eastman, David Jordan.|
|Series||The Morgan Kaufmann series in data management systems|
|Contributions||Cattell, R. G. G., Atwood, Tom.|
|LC Classifications||QA76.9.D3 O24 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 176 p. :|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||93032235|
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The Object Database Standard: Odmg (The Morgan Kaufmann series in data management systems) Paperback – January 1, by R.G.G. Cattell (Editor)Format: Paperback. This book represents The Object database standard important industry consensus on component technology for database products and languages, which enables wide acceptance and adoption of object database technology.
ODMG, the Object Database Standard, is the result of several years' work in defining a standard for object database management systems, including both data model and language standards. Discusses an industry consensus on component technology for database products and languages that enables wide acceptance and adoption of object database technology.
By ensuring the portability of applications over different platforms and products, ODMG provides for object databases what SQL has Read more. Object Design, Objectivity, Ontos, and Versant) under the chairmanship of Rick Cattell. It published an initial version of a standard interface, was joined by 2 more vendors (Poet and Servio) at the end ofand produced a ﬁnal revision in early [Catt94].
Thus, all object database vendors are active members of the group and. PDF | The Object database standard Jan 1,R. Cattell and others published The object database standard: ODMG | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGateAuthor: Rick Cattell.
Traduction de: The object database standard: ODMG Description: vi, pages ; 24 cm: Other Titles: Object database standard.
Responsibility: R.G.G. Cattell ; avec la participation de Tom Atwood [et autres] ; traduction de Richard Guzik. More information: Notice et cote du catalogue de la Bibliothèque nationale de France. The ODMG standard included a common architecture and definition for an OODBMS, definitions for an object model, an object definition language (ODL), an object query language (OQL), and for bindings to C++ and Smalltalk.
ODMG used the OMG object model as it's starting point and then extended it for database needs. The final release of the ODMG standard can be found in the book “The Object Data Standard ODMG ”, including the overall data model, and the Smalltalk and C++ bindings for ODMG.
The ODMG Java binding has been superceded by Java Data Objects (JDO). has agreed to host past resources (version ) on this site. 2 2 3 Spring Christophides Vassilis The Object Data Base Management Group Founded in by R. Cattel (Sun) and 5 ODBMS vendors Members: Objectivity, Object Design, Ontos, O2 Tech, Versant Reviewers: DEC, HP, Intelletic, Itasaca, Poet, Servio, Texas Allows the portability of applications written for object databases across most of the available ODBMSFile Size: KB.
This book defines the ODMG standard, which is implemented by object database management systems and object-relational mappings. The book should be useful to engineers, managers, and students interested in these systems. Although product docu-mentation from ODMG member companies covers similar information, this bookCited by: Discusses an industry consensus on component technology for database products and languages that enables wide acceptance and adoption of object database technology.
By ensuring the portability of applications over different platforms and products, ODMG provides for object databases. The Object Database Standard: ODMG R.G.G. Cattell INTRODUCCIÓN MODELO DE OBJETOS Reunión de vendedores ODMG ODMG v ODMG v Revisión para JDK 1.
This document describes the continuing work on standards for object database management systems (ODBMSs) undertaken by the members of the Object Database Management Group (ODMG). This specification represents an enhancement to ODMG, Release We have worked outside of traditional standards bodies for our efforts in order to make quick Size: KB.
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This paper gives an informal presentation of the ODMG standard by presenting the data model, the query language, and the language bindings. The rest of this paper is organized as follows: Section 1 describes the data model, Section 2 introduces the C++ binding, and Section 3 presents OQL, the query language.
The Object Database Standard: Odmg [R.G.G. Cattell] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The ODMG Object Database Standard has widespread support in the OODB research and industry communities, but does not provide as extensive a graphical technique as OMT does for describing schemas.
In this paper, we translate OMT diagrams to the ODMG Object Definition Language (ODL) for specifying object-oriented database : Karen C.
Davis, Veenadhari Pandiri, Katrin Franze. This alert has been successfully added and will be sent to: You will be notified whenever a record that you have chosen has been cited. ODMG Book Click to order. The Object Data Management Standard: ODMG Edited by R.
G.G. Cattell, Douglas K. Barry, Mark Berler, Jeff Eastman,David Jordan, Craig Russell, Olaf Schadow, Torsten Stanienda, and Fernando Velez.
Morgan Kaufmann,ISBN More information in the ODMG Book Extract. An objective of ENEAS/BD is to allow the generation of ODMG and/or SQL3 schemata from an object analysis in MIMO. Therefore, MIMO must integrate the object models of both standards.
Adding View Support to ODMG cases, they do employ the standard object database model . Although this research has chosen to employ the ODMG database model as standard. Recently, the ODMG proposal has established a framework in which the core aspects of an object-oriented schema can be made precise, so that it becomes possible to do schema conversions in a system- independent way, by using the ODMG model as by: [Cat94] R.G.G.
Cattell, editor, The Object Database Standard: ODMG,ReleaseMorgan Kaufmann Publishers, San Francisco, Information about the ODMG can be obtained by mail to [email protected];questions can be addressed to [email protected] featuresmatrix intro page.
With the advent of object-oriented database systems there is a need to migrate/integrate old systems, mainly relational ones, to/into object-oriented systems. In this paper we propose a method to automatically translate SQL queries to OQL ones.
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