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Since most of the data nowadays reside in structured databases including relational and object-oriented databases, it is important to automate the process of generating XML documents containing information from existing databases.
Like MOOs, it is also object-oriented. However, in The Palace, the VR environment is represented by visual cues in which objects such as avatars (graphical representations of one's identity) and props (an object that can be worn, like a hat; be held, like a baseball bat, or be attached, like a pair of sunglasses) can be visually represented and physically manipulated.
Keywords: object-oriented modeling; REA; operations management; management accounting; information systems; decision support systems.
'Object-Oriented Programming with Visual Basic .NET' focuses on writing sound code and object-oriented design and Hamilton shows developers how to take advantage of VB.NET's new features to create and maintain scalable .NET components and applications.
It is said to be the first CAD program to use GeMS++ object-oriented database and memory-management tools from Honeywell of Kansas City, Mo.
It will focus on modeling systems based on mainstream and advanced technologies, including object-oriented and componentware, as well as analysis of modeling experiences.
Object-Oriented Application Frameworks (OOAFs) are quickly becoming strategic assets for organizations across all business sectors, perhaps due to the recognition that re-engineering failures may be occurring at a rate as high as 70% [Fingar 1996].
Theoretical concepts like structured programming, object-oriented programming, databases, and other formal methods have gradually found their way through the industry until some of them have become quite widely understood several decades after their initial appearance.
In the Music Object-Oriented Distributed System (MOODS), a network of electronic lecterns replaces an orchestra's traditional printed music scores and metal stands.
Ada was standardized in 1983, and received a major revision in 1995 to add object-oriented capabilities.
Initiatives Corporation, a provider of premier Internet, client/server, and object-oriented products, consulting and training services, focuses on technology solutions for large and mid-sized companies.

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