An Object memory for an object-oriented database management system
Kesim, F Nihan
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Object-oriented paradigm is an approach that can be applied in various areas of computing. In this approach, each entity is represented by an object which captures the state and the behaviour of the entity. In this thesis, a focused survey of object-oriented paradigm in general and object-oriented database management systems in particular has been carried out and an object memory module is designed and implemented for an object-oriented database management system prototype. The object memory module handles the representation, access and manipulation of objects in the system and provides the primitive functions that are necessary in the development of the prototype.
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