Request Permissions Exam copy. Overview Author s. Summary Introduction to Object-Oriented Databases provides the first unified and coherent presentation of the essential concepts and techniques of object-oriented databases.
Introduction to Object Oriented Databases
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Object Oriented Databases
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Object oriented database systems - Object Oriented Object Oriented Databases Introduction Relational database systems support a small collection of data types integers, dates, string, char , which has proved adequate for traditional applications such as administrative data processing. In many application domains however, much more complex kinds of data must be handled. To support such applications, a DBMS must support complex data types.
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Object oriented concepts strongly influenced efforts to enhance database support for complex data and led to the development of object-oriented systems. The object-oriented systems have developed along two distinct paths; 1. Object-oriented Database Systems : these are proposed as an alternative to relational systems and are aimed at application domains where complex objects play a central role.