A Unified Approach to the Design and Generation of Complex Database Schemata

A Unified Approach to the Design and Generation of Complex Database Schemata

J. Peckham (University of Rhode Island, USA), B. Mackellar (Western Connecticut State University, USA) and J. Vorbach (St. John’s University, USA)
Copyright: © 1997 |Pages: 11
DOI: 10.4018/jdm.1997070102
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Abstract

SORAC (Semantic Objects, Relationships, and Constraints) is a unified approach and environment for the design and automated implementation of active database schema that utilizes object-oriented and semantic techniques. It has been applied to architectural design, real-time, and program stock trading applications, but also represents a general approach that can be used to support other complex applications. This paper reviews and consolidates previously reported pieces of this work, in particular concentrating on the architectural design and real-time applications. Characteristics of these two areas as they relate to active database systems are first reviewed. Then, we describe SORAC and a vision for advanced database systems construction, and describe ongoing research in the SORAC environment. Lessons learned from our experimentation are outlined.

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