Semantic Optimization of Biomolecular Queries in Object-oriented Database Systems

@inproceedings{Aberer1995SemanticOO,
  title={Semantic Optimization of Biomolecular Queries in Object-oriented Database Systems},
  author={Karl Aberer and Klemens Hemm},
  year={1995}
}
Research efforts in molecular biology have led to an explosion both in quantity and quality ofbiomolecular data. In particular databases that integrate data from many different, heterogeneousinformation resources lead to complex database schemas and large databases. In order to support theuser in creatively exploiting these information resources, flexible and efficient retrieval capabilities areneeded.We sketch in this paper our approach to optimization of declarative queries in object-oriented… CONTINUE READING

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