Fundamentals of objet-oriented databases; Object-oriented fundamentals; Semantic data models and persistent languages; Object-oriented database systems; Implementation; Transaction processing; Special features; Relational extensions and extensible databases; Interfaces; Applications.For example, using 2 jj also possible to use the primitives in a way that does not make such a strong guarantee about the results of a set of concurrent transactions. ... For example, if Toyota is a subtype of Car, Car is a subtype of Vehicle, and Vehicle is a subtype of Object, then a given Toyota will ... Conceptually, the header is a part of the chunk for the instance of type Object that every object must have.
|Title||:||Readings in Object-oriented Database Systems|
|Author||:||Stanley Benjamin Zdonik, David Maier|
|Publisher||:||Morgan Kaufmann - 1990|