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A Detailed RIS-PACS Interface Specification Based on the Marburg Model
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The first part of this chapter describes the result of applying the Marburg Methodology to the radiological environment. Expand
Object-Oriented Application Development Using the Caché Postrelational Database
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This book provides a detailed description of the object model of the Cach postrelational database. Expand
Introduction to Object Technology
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In the introduction to the first chapter, we discussed the need to allow developers to represent the real world without changing paradigms. Expand
XML and Web Services
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The eXtended Markup Language (XML) has rapidly become a standard for the platform-independent exchange of any type of complex data. Expand
Object Interaction with Java
In addition to the platform-independent development of user interfaces, Java is also increasingly being used for the development of application logic (refer to Eckel [1998].) Cache’s Java bindingExpand
Object Access und Objektpersistenz
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Cache ObjectScript ist eine objektorientierte Programmiersprache, die speziell auf die Nutzung der Punkt-Syntax eingegangen und erklart, wie Objekte erzeugt und manipuliert werden. Expand
Object Access and Persistence
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This chapter describes the use of objects in Cache ObjectScript and explains how to create and manipulate objects programmatically. Expand
Web Programming with Caché Server Pages
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This chapter describes how Cache and a Web server can dynamically create content by retrieving up-to-date information from a database and presenting it in a browser. Expand
Developments and Current Trends in RIS and PACS
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When the first international conference on Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS) took place in 1982, a considerable number of Radiology (Management) Information Systems (RIS) was already in operation in hospitals throughout the world [4,5,6,7,13,18,21]. Expand
Fundamentals of Caché ObjectScript
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Cache ObjectScript distinguishes between transient data (namely, data that exists only in memory) and persistent data (i.e., data stored permanently in the database). Expand
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