Relations as Semantic Constructs in an Object-Oriented Language

@inproceedings{Rumbaugh1987RelationsAS,
  title={Relations as Semantic Constructs in an Object-Oriented Language},
  author={James E. Rumbaugh},
  booktitle={OOPSLA},
  year={1987}
}
  • James E. Rumbaugh
  • Published in OOPSLA 1987
  • Computer Science
  • The relation as a semantic construct in an object-oriented language clearly expresses associations and constraints among objects which would otherwise be buried in implementation code. The externalization of references between objects permits a symmetric, non-redundant conceptual model which merits its own special notation and predefined operations. The object-relation model, which combines the object-oriented model with the entity-relationship model from data base theory, is particularly… CONTINUE READING

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