Using NNF to Transform Conceptual Data Models to Object-Oriented Database Designs

@article{Mok1998UsingNT,
  title={Using NNF to Transform Conceptual Data Models to Object-Oriented Database Designs},
  author={Wai Yin Mok and David W. Embley},
  journal={Data Knowl. Eng.},
  year={1998},
  volume={24},
  pages={313-336}
}
More work is needed on devising practical, but theoretically well-founded procedures for doing object-oriented database (OODB) design [17]. Design procedures should also be flexible enough to take into account various application characteristics (such as whether objects are very large or are read-only). In this paper, we present and discuss an OODB design procedure that addresses these problems. The procedure is practical in the sense that it is based on a common family of conceptual models and… CONTINUE READING
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