Databases for Software Engineering
This timely book in which the authors address the important topic of databases in software engineering covers all the entities relevant to software development: document analysis, specifications, design and test cases, as well as their relationships. Listing the requirements for object management systems to support software development, the book also includes an overview of current and new techniques. Databases for Software Engineering prepares the reader for the introduction of new techniques in industry, and is suitable for practitioners, software engineers, project managers and database managers.
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Using a File System
Integration of a File System and a Database
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access path access rights Access security Activity management allows the definition applications architecture Associative access attribute B-trees basic CAIS-A Chapter complex objects component composite object concept constraints created database system defined deletion denotes described disk distributed domain entity EURAC example execution existing Figure file system functions Gemstone graph handling implementation Ingres inheritance instance variable integration interface link type locking Makefile manipulation mechanisms methods modification module multiple inheritance node object base object management system object of type object types object-oriented databases OODB Operational security Orion PCTE PCTE+ performed PMDB Postgres Postquel predefined problem procedure programming languages query reference relational database representation requirements rights control schema Smalltalk software development environment software engineering objects specification Starburst Storage management stored structure superclasses System Remarks Unix transaction tuple Type management type of object Unix file Unix file system Unix file type version management