OODBMS


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OODBMS

object-oriented database management system
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OODBMS

(Object-Oriented DataBase Management System) See object database.
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The [Lambda]-DB OODBMS is available as open source software at
Many desirable features for persistent object stores, such as concurrent and correct access to shared data and resilience to failures, have been defined and studied in the context of object-oriented database management systems (OODBMS).
An algorithm for the analysis of termination of large trigger sets in an OODBMS. In Proceedings of Active Real Time Database Systems (ARTDB), M.
The design, development and usage of a mineral process database with an off-the-shelf OODBMS package require a disciplined approach such as the life-cycle approach depicted in Figure 5.
If an OODBMS adapter is available, exporting fine granularity objects of OODBMSs will be more convenient since such an adapter relieves the overhead on the ORB by working in cooperation with the OODBMS to handle the objects it owns.
Hierarchical, adaptive cache consistency in a page server OODBMS. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems, 97 (Baltimore, MD, May), 22-31.
The [O.sub.2] system is an object-oriented database management system (OODBMS) with a complete development environment and a set of user interface tools.
(11) This may change in the future, since most of the OODBMS vendors plan to support the OQL query language, which includes facilities for joins [Cattell 1994].
ObjectStore is an object-oriented database management system (OODBMS) that provides a tightly integrated language interface to the traditional DBMS features of persistent storage, transaction management (concurrency control and recovery), distributed data access, and associative queries.
In contrast to traditional relational systems, distributed OODBMS architectures are typically based on a data-shipping approach.
IDs are assigned by the OODBMS and are never changed.