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A tool based on a formal approach for object-oriented database modeling and design

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3 Author(s)
Teisseire, M. ; Digital Equipment Ferney Voltaire, France ; Poncelet, P. ; Cicchetti, R.

A formal approach for object-oriented database modeling and design is presented. It is based on the IFO2 model, an extension of the semantic model IFO defined by S. Abiteboul and R. Hull (1987). The approach is illustrated through the mapping formalization of the IFO2 model into the O2 model. This work, supported by an External European Research Project in collaboration with Digital Equipment Corporation, comes within the scope of a larger project whose aim is to realize a computer aided system for advanced applications modeling and design

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Computer-Aided Software Engineering, 1993. CASE '93., Proceeding of the Sixth International Workshop on

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19-23 Jul 1993