Object-Oriented Database Design: Concepts and Application
This book presents the basic concepts of object-oriented database design. It discusses several techniques for developing databases and object-oriented programming (OOP) using C++ and EIFFEL. The book also provides a definition for the field of object-oriented database design, explaining the concept of OOP and surveying the available products.
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Concepts of Process Modeling
ObjectOriented Data Analysis
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