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Requirements of modern Hypermedia Document Systems include support for structured documents and full DBMS and IRS functionality. An objective of DBMSs is to store and facilitate updates of highly structured and typed data. In conventional IRSs, however, documents are perceived as at. Uncertainty, on the other hand, is a principal notion in the IRS context.(More)
In document management systems it is desirable to provide content-based access to documents going beyond regular expression search in addition to access based on structural characteristics or associated attributes. We present a new approach for coupling OODBMSs (Object Oriented Database Management Systems) and IRSs (Information Retrieval Systems) that(More)
In document management systems it is desirable to provide content-based access to documents going beyond regular expression search in addition to access based on structural characteristics or associated attributes. We present a new approach for coupling OODBMSs (Object Oriented Database Management Systems) and IRSs (Information Retrieval Systems) that(More)
Groupware applications used in distributed office environments are characterized by several users accessing and manipulating a shared document pool in a collaborative context. Supporting such application with relational database persistence and object technology requires two main features: (1) a sound and generic mapping from the object-oriented application(More)
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