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An object-oriented knowledge base approach to a next generation of hypermedia system

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1 Author(s)
Ishikawa, H. ; Fujitsu Ltd., Kawasaki, Japan

Current hypermedia technology for complex systems, such as CAD and CASE systems, has several drawbacks stemming from the systems' large-scale data and heterogeneous structures. The drawbacks include lack of abstraction, associative searching facilities, complex object modeling capabilities, support for evolution, programming and database facilities, limited extensibility, and poor performance. An object-oriented KBMS (knowledge-based-management-system) approach can solve these problems elegantly because it can integrate object-oriented programming with database facilities. An object-oriented KBMS approach to complex hypermedia applications is discussed. Issues in current hypermedia systems are outlined; the model and language of an object-oriented KBMS called Jasmine are described; how Jasmine can be used as a next-generation hypermedia engine to solve these problems is explained; and the approach is compared with relevant work.<>

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Compcon Spring '90. Intellectual Leverage. Digest of Papers. Thirty-Fifth IEEE Computer Society International Conference.

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Feb. 26 1990-March 2 1990

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