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Implementation techniques for object oriented databases

  • Setrag Khoshafian
  • Dan Frank
Implementation, Existing Systems, And Transactions
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 334)

Abstract

In past few years we saw the development of a number of object oriented database systems. However, few papers discussed performance sensitive implementation techniques. In this paper we concentrate on strategies for performing deep equality and duplicate elimination in structurally object oriented databases, which support direct representation and access of complex objects. The three main strategies considered here are: (a) hashing and tagging complex objects; (b) inferencing; (c) implementing complex object operators in the presence of duplicates.

Keywords

Equivalence Class Complex Object Execution Strategy Correct Semantic Atomic Object 
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  • Setrag Khoshafian
  • Dan Frank

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