OFL: a functional execution model for object query languages

@inproceedings{Gardarin1995OFLAF,
  title={OFL: a functional execution model for object query languages},
  author={Georges Gardarin and Fernando Machuca and Philippe Pucheral},
  booktitle={SIGMOD '95},
  year={1995}
}
  • Georges Gardarin, Fernando Machuca, Philippe Pucheral
  • Published in SIGMOD '95 1995
  • Computer Science
  • We present a functional paradigm for querying efficiently abstract collections of complex objects. Abstract collections are used to model class extents, multivalued attributes as well as indexes or hashing tables. Our paradigm includes a functional language called OFL (Object Functional Language) and a supporting execution model based on graph traversals. OFL is able to support any complex object algebra with recursion as macros. It is an appropriate target language for OQL-like query compilers… CONTINUE READING

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