This text provides the latest information in object-oriented database technology. Examining some of the important systems produced so far and discussing likely issues for the future, the text presents concepts in a clear and logical plan that falls into four steps: an overview of problem areas that traditional databases cannot handle; an introduction to the concepts of object-oriented systems in general; and an in-depth look at how these principles have been embodied in object-oriented databases. The work is intended as an advanced undergraduate text, the postgraduate student in search of a reliable sourcebook, or the professional in the database or software engineering field.
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