A formal definition of the Users View (UV) of the Graphical Object Query Language (GOQL)

@article{Keramopoulos2002AFD,
  title={A formal definition of the Users View (UV) of the Graphical Object Query Language (GOQL)},
  author={Euclid Keramopoulos and Philippos Pouyioutas and Tasos Ptohos},
  journal={Proceedings Sixth International Conference on Information Visualisation},
  year={2002},
  pages={211-216}
}
We provide a brief formal definition of the Users View (UV) of the Graphical Object Query Language (GOQL). The UV provides a graphical representation for object-oriented database schemas and hides from end-users most of the perplexing details of the object-oriented database model, such as methods, hierarchies and relationships. In particular, the UV does not distinguish between methods, attributes and relationships, encapsulates the is-a hierarchy and utilises a number of desktop metaphors to… CONTINUE READING

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