Implementing Hyperlog , a Graph-Based Database Language

@inproceedings{TefanImplementingH,
  title={Implementing Hyperlog , a Graph-Based Database Language},
  author={S Tefan and H Ild and A Lexandra and P Oulovassilis}
}
  • S Tefan, H Ild, +1 author P Oulovassilis
We describe the implementation of Hyperlog , a graph-based declarative language which supports both queries and updates over a graph-based data model called the Hypernode Model. This model is capable of representing arbitrarily complex data structures by means of nested and recursively defined graphs , while the Hyperlog language is computationally complete. By requiring only a very small number of graphical constructs , Hyperlog is well-suited to non-expert database users. In this paper we… CONTINUE READING

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