A Framework to Build Fuzzy Object-Oriented Capabilities Over an Existing Database System

A Framework to Build Fuzzy Object-Oriented Capabilities Over an Existing Database System

Fernando Berzal (University of Granada, Spain), Nicolás Marin (University of Granada, Spain) and Olga Pons (University of Granada, Spain)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-384-5.ch006
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Abstract

Fuzzy object-oriented database models allow the representation, storage, and retrieval of complex imperfect information according to the object-oriented data paradigm. This chapter describes both a framework and an architecture that can be used to develop fuzzy object-oriented capabilities using the conventional features of the object-oriented data paradigm. We present a framework composed of a set of classical classes, which gives support to fuzzily described complex objects. We also explain how to deal with fuzzy extensions of object-oriented features using as a basis, the conventional object-oriented features. This proposal can be used to build a fuzzy object-oriented database system, by taking as a base an existing database system and minimizing the development effort.

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Acknowledgments
Zongmin Ma
Chapter 1
Guy de Tre, Rita de Caluwe
The objective of this chapter is to define a fuzzy object-oriented formal database model that allows us to model and manipulate information in a... Sample PDF
A Constraint Based Fuzzy Object Oriented Database Model
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Chapter 2
Tru Hoang Cao, Hoa Nguyen
Database systems have evolved from relational databases to those integrating different modeling and computing paradigms, in particular, object... Sample PDF
Fuzzy and Probabilistic Object Bases
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Chapter 3
Rafal Angryk, Roy Ladner, Frederick E. Petry
In this chapter, we consider the application of generalization-based data mining to fuzzy similarity-based object-oriented databases (OODBs).... Sample PDF
Generalization Data Mining in Fuzzy Object-Oriented Databases
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Chapter 4
Jonathan Michael Rossiter, Tru Hoang Cao
We introduce a deductive probabilistic and fuzzy object-oriented database language, called FRIL++, which can deal with both probability and... Sample PDF
FRIL++ and Its Applications
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Chapter 5
Zongmin Ma
Computer applications in nontraditional areas have put requirements on conceptual data modeling. Some conceptual data models, being the tool of... Sample PDF
Fuzzy Information Modeling with the UML
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Chapter 6
Fernando Berzal, Nicolás Marin, Olga Pons
Fuzzy object-oriented database models allow the representation, storage, and retrieval of complex imperfect information according to the... Sample PDF
A Framework to Build Fuzzy Object-Oriented Capabilities Over an Existing Database System
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Chapter 7
Sven Helmer
This chapter gives an overview of indexing techniques suitable for fuzzy object-oriented databases (FOODBSs). First, typical query patterns used in... Sample PDF
Index Structures for Fuzzy Object-Oriented Database Systems
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Chapter 8
Miguel Ángel Sicilia, Elena Garcia-Barriocanal, José A. Gutierrez
Previous research has resulted in generalizations of the capabilities of OODB models and query languages to cope with imprecise and uncertain... Sample PDF
Introducing Fuzziness in Existing Orthogonal Persistence Interfaces and Systems
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Chapter 9
Vincent B. Robinson, Phil A. Graniero
This chapter uses a spatially explicit, individual-based ecological modeling problem to illustrate an approach to managing fuzziness in spatial... Sample PDF
An Object-Oriented Approach to Managing Fuzziness in Spatially Explicit Models Coupled to a Geographic Database
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Chapter 10
Haifeng Liu, Hans Arno Jacobsen
In the publish/subscribe paradigm, information providers disseminate publications to all consumers who expressed interest by registering... Sample PDF
Object-Oriented Publish/Subscribe for Modeling and Processing Imperfect Information
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