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An Object-Oriented Approach to Data Management: Why Design Databases Need It

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4 Author(s)
Heiler, S. ; Computer Corporation of America, Alexandria, VA ; Dayal, U. ; Orenstein, J. ; Radke-Sproull, S.

An object-oriented approach to management of engineering design data requires object persistence, object-specific rules for concurrency control and recovery, views, complex objects and derived data, and specialized treatment of operations, constraints, relationships and type descriptions. We discuss object-orientation as more than an implementation paradigm, and show how an object-oriented approach simplifies both use and implementation of engineering design systems.

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Design Automation, 1987. 24th Conference on

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28-1 June 1987