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Week16 - OO DBs

Week16 - OO DBs

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Published by: Muhammad Asghar Khan on Dec 14, 2010
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Database II
Object Oriented Databases
Muhammad Asghar Khan
eaknesses of Relational DBMS
Representation of real world entities
A process of normalization generally leads to the creationof relations that do not correspond to entities in the realworld
Semantic Overloading
Relational model has only one construct for representingdata and data relationships i.e relation, therefore it is saidthat relational model is semantically overloaded
Limited Operations
Only fixed set of operations, such as set and tuple orientedoperations
Object Oriented Concepts (1/3)
OO techniques are firmly rooted in the structure andmeaning of data, and interaction b/w that data andother data
In OO we put more effort into the design stages of a project, but has the benefits of extensibility
An object is a building block of an OO application

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