Noodle: A Language for Declarative Querying in an Object-Oriented Database

@inproceedings{Mumick1993NoodleAL,
  title={Noodle: A Language for Declarative Querying in an Object-Oriented Database},
  author={Inderpal Singh Mumick and Kenneth A. Ross},
  booktitle={DOOD},
  year={1993}
}
  • Inderpal Singh Mumick, Kenneth A. Ross
  • Published in DOOD 1993
  • Computer Science
  • We present a language Noodle in which to specify declarative queries in an object-oriented database system. The language models object-identity, classes, relations, views, inheritance, complex objects, and methods, in addition to logical rules, and permits powerful schema querying. Noodle is intended to be used as a query language in an object-oriented database system, with the benefits of declarativeness, namely increased efficiency and reduced programming time. 

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