A FAD for Data Intensive Applications

@article{Danforth1992AFF,
  title={A FAD for Data Intensive Applications},
  author={Stan Danforth and Patrick Valduriez},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Knowl. Data Eng.},
  year={1992},
  volume={4},
  pages={34-51}
}
FAD is a strongly typed database programming language designed for uniformly manipulating transient and persistent data on Bubba, a parallel database system developed at MCC. The paper provides an overall description of FAD, and discusses the design rationale behind a number of its distinguishing features. Comparisons with other database programming languages are provided. > 

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