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Exploring the Use of Mixed Abstractions in SQL:1999 - A Framework-Based Approach
Found in: Advances in Databases, First International Conference on
By Christopher Ireland, David Bowers, Michael Newton, Kevin Waugh
Issue Date:April 2010
pp. 22-27
SQL: 1999 introduced the capability to support object concepts. It is now possible to design an SQL database schema using relational and object models. Each model represents a different abstraction. We use a framework to understand the implications of this...
 
A Classification of Object-Relational Impedance Mismatch
Found in: Advances in Databases, First International Conference on
By Christopher Ireland, David Bowers, Michael Newton, Kevin Waugh
Issue Date:March 2009
pp. 36-43
Object and relational technologies are grounded in different paradigms. Each technology mandates that those who use it take a particular view of a universe of discourse. Incompatibilities between these views manifest as problems of an object-relational imp...
 
Implementation of Object-Oriented Protocol Agents in Communication Devices
Found in: Engineering of Computer-Based Systems, IEEE International Conference on the
By Michael Newton, Bonnie E. Melhart
Issue Date:April 2001
pp. 0238
Abstract: There is a tremendous investment and reliance upon software used to manage remote telecommunication and data communication devices. With the advent of object-oriented management protocols, the need to add an agent to interface the object-oriented...
 
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