Converting Relational Databases into Object-relational Databases

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ion (abs): A super-class is abstract (i.e., abs := true) when all of its objects are members of its sub-type objects. Instances of an abstract type cannot appear in the database extension, but are subsumed into instances of its sub-types. Attributes (Acdm): A class C has a set of attributes Acdm. Acdm := {a | a := 〈an, t, tag, l, n, d〉}, where each… (More)
DOI: 10.5381/jot.2010.9.2.a3

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@article{Maatuk2010ConvertingRD, title={Converting Relational Databases into Object-relational Databases}, author={Abdelsalam M. Maatuk and Muhammad Akhtar Ali and B. Nick Rossiter}, journal={Journal of Object Technology}, year={2010}, volume={9}, pages={145-161} }