Sonja Ristic

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IIS*Case is a software tool that provides information system modeling and prototypes generation. At the level of platform independent model specifications, IIS*Case provides conceptual modeling of database schemas that include specifications of various database constraints, such as domain, not null, key and unique constraints, as well as various kinds of(More)
The inverse referential integrity constraints (IRICs) are specialization of non-key-based inclusion dependencies (INDs). Key-based INDs (referential integrity constraints) may be fully enforced by most current relational database management systems (RDBMSs). On the contrary, non-key-based INDs are completely disregarded by actual RDBMSs, obliging the users(More)
In this paper we present a segment of our research efforts focused on meta-models relating to databases. We developed a meta-model of relational database schema and here we deal with one of its segments. Namely, some kinds of relational database constraints are well-known and can be implemented by the declarative Database Management System (DBMS)(More)
—In this paper we present a Multi-Paradigm Information System Modeling Tool (MIST) that supports Extended Entity-Relationship (EER) approach to database design. MIST components currently provide a formal specification of EER database schema specification and its transformation into the relational data model, or the class model. Also, MIST allows generation(More)
In this paper we present a domain specific language (DSL) for Extended Entity-Relationship (EER) data model approach, named EERDSL. EERDSL is a part of our Multi-Paradigm Information System Modeling Tool (MIST) that provides EER database schema specification at the conceptual level and its transformation into a relational data model, or a class model.(More)