HyperBase

HyperBase

(database)
An experimental active multi-user database for hypertext systems from the University of Aalborg, written in C++. It is built on the client-server model enabling distributed, concurrent, and shared access from workstations in a local area network.

See also EHTS.
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The computerisation of databases in Hyperbase made it possible to locate a particular element amongst thousands of hours of programming.
fr; SPHINX base se usa la Teoria de los Objetos textuales), SATIM, HYPERBASE, ETIENE Home Page de SPAD Version 5.
has announced HyperBase, "cloud- computing" software tools that give business users the ability to easily collect, manage and analyze web-based data - and share it with teams, customers, partners and suppliers.
To study the reactions of the French-Canadian press, lexical and content analyses were performed using the SPHINX and HYPERBASE data analysis programs.
Lexicometrie et Etude du vocabulaire" (29-47) fait jouer le plus technologique des appareils critiques (logiciel HYPERBASE de l'universite de Nice et d'autres), aux fins d'une statistique lexicale tres complete--et tres peu habituelle.
A hyperbase is an instance of a structure schema: it consists of a number of entities and links.
An operational feature of HyperWave is that "[m]odifications of documents or their relationships are only possible via the Hyper-G server" [Kappe 1995]; hence, all document and meta-data management must take place within the hyperbase environment.
Contrairement aux logiciels de lexicometrie, comme Hyperbase ou Sphinx, ce logiciel, apparente a NUD*IST, permet d'aller au dela de l'enonciation (c'est-a-dire la simple presence ou absence de certains mots) et de coder des passages en fonction de concepts analytiques.
The choice of not providing object storage services distinguishes Chimera from open hyperbase systems (for instance, Gronbaek and Trigg [1994], Nurnberg et al.
The version control framework has been used as a model for the design of version control services for a hyperbase management system that provides complete version support for both data and structural entities.
Design and implementation of the HB1 hyperbase management system.
As a means of reducing this complexity, there has been an increasing interest in hyperbase management systems that allow hypermedia system developers to abstract from the intricacies and complexity of the hyperbase layer and fully attend to application and user interface issues.