An empirical investigation of entity-based and object-oriented data modeling: a development life cycle approach

@inproceedings{Sinha1999AnEI,
  title={An empirical investigation of entity-based and object-oriented data modeling: a development life cycle approach},
  author={Atish P. Sinha and Iris Vessey},
  booktitle={ICIS},
  year={1999}
}
This paper examines end-user performance with conceptual and logical data models in the context of the database development life cycle. Both entity-based and object-oriented modeling methods were examined in a within-subjects study using 19 graduate students as subjects. The first method employed the extended entityrelationship (EER) model and relational data model (RDM), while the second method employed the objectoriented diagram (OOD) and object-oriented text (OOT) models. The models were… CONTINUE READING

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