On the Power of Languages for Themanipulation of Complex Objects

@inproceedings{Chesnay1993OnTP,
  title={On the Power of Languages for Themanipulation of Complex Objects},
  author={Le Chesnay and CedexFranceSerge and . Abiteboul},
  year={1993}
}
  • Le Chesnay, CedexFranceSerge, . Abiteboul
  • Published 1993
Various models and languages for describing and manipulating hierarchically structured data have been proposed. Algebraic, calculus-based and logic-programming oriented languages have all been considered. This paper presents a general model for complex objects, and languages for it based on the three paradigms. The algebraic language generalizes those presented in the literature; it is shown to be related to the functional style of programming advocated by Backus. The notion of domain… CONTINUE READING
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