A Formal Definition for Object-Relational Database Metrics

@inproceedings{Baroni2005AFD,
  title={A Formal Definition for Object-Relational Database Metrics},
  author={Aline L{\'u}cia Baroni and Coral Calero and Mario Piattini and Fernando Brito e Abreu},
  booktitle={ICEIS},
  year={2005}
}
Relational databases are the most important in the database world and are evolving to object-relational databases in order to allow the possibility of working with new and complex data and applications. One widely accepted mechanism for assuring the quality of an object-relational database is the use of metrics formally and empirically validated. Also it is important to formalize the metrics for having a better understanding of their definitions. Metrics formalization assures the reliable… CONTINUE READING
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