Automatic high-quality reengineering of database programs by abstraction, transformation and reimplementation


Old-generation database models, such as the indexed-sequential, hierarchical, or network models, provide record-level access to their data, with all application logic residing in the hosting program. In contrast, relational databases can perform complex operations, such as filter, aggregation, and join, on multiple records without an external specification… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/958961.958962


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