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The EXODUS database toolkit, and in particular the E persistent programming language, have been used in two substantial database system implementation efforts by the authors (the Ariel database rule system and the Triton nested relation DBMS). Observed advantages of using a persistent programming language for database system implementation include ease of(More)
Unique database requirements of applications such as computer-aided design (CAD), computer-aided software engineering(CASE), and office information systems(OIC) have driven the development of new data models and database systems based on these new models. In particular, the goal of these new database systems is to exploit the advantages of complex data(More)
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