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Tasking is one of the strengths of Ada, and, contrary to some opinion, can be implemented for a single shared processor by simple, straightforward, and efficient algorithms.
The emphasis in object-oriented databases (OODBs) is on the inheritance, or "is a," type of relationship; yet, many relationships within databases are of the aggregate type—e.g., "is a part of" and… (More)
Can exceptions be implemented for Ada without imposing overhead on normal execution? Yes, as long as certain rules are followed.
This paper describes a simple and efficient approach to implementing the Ada operations of entry calls, conditional and timed entry calls, accept statements, selective wait statements and delay… (More)
Object Relater Plus (OR+) is a tool for developing object databases (ODBs) . It allows relationships between objects to be more easily implemented and maintained, plus it provides other features,… (More)
This paper describes and illustrates five major clusters of related tasks (herein referred to as task clusters) that are common to efficient and effective practices in the digitization of biological… (More)
Object Relationship Notation (ORN) allows relationship semantics to be specified to an object database management system (ODBMS) when relationships are represented as object-valued class attributes,… (More)