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OOIS '98 : 1998 International Conference on Object Oriented Information Systems, 9-11 September 1998, Paris: Proceedings - Colette Rolland

OOIS '98 : 1998 International Conference on Object Oriented Information Systems, 9-11 September 1998, Paris: Proceedings

By: Colette Rolland (Editor), Georges Grosz (Editor)

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This volume contains the papers presented at the 5th International Conference on Object-Oriented Information Systems, OOIS '98, held at the University de La Sorbonne, Paris, France, 9-11 September 1998. The papers outline research in object-oriented concepts and principles, object-oriented methods and tools, as well as reports on industrial projects from both researchers and practitioners in the field. The conference especially highlighted areas of significant interest to industry, which provide innovative directions for the development of next generation systems such as: coping with legacy systems; transition to object technology; lessons learned from large scale projects using objects; and object relational design.

Object Databases: Connectivity with Relational Systems and ODMG Standard (Summary)p. 3
Standardization for 00 AandD?p. 6
A Characterization of Aggregationp. 11
Object-Oriented Hierarchies and Their Resulting Complex Systemsp. 20
Multiple Viewpoints of IS-A Inheritance Hierarchies through Normalization and Denormalization Mechanismsp. 38
Deductive Queries in ODMG Databases: the DOQL Approachp. 57
Incremental Maintenance of Materialized Path Query Viewsp. 75
A Multidatabase Layer for the ODMG Object Modelp. 93
The Re-use of Multimedia Objects by Software Agents in the Kimsac Systemp. 113
Design Patterns as Litmus Paper to Test the Strength of Object-Oriented Methodsp. 129
Reuse by Appropriation of Software Elements in Information Systemsp. 148
Improving Productivity in Building Data-Oriented Information Systems - Why Object Frameworks Are Not Enoughp. 166
"The Truth Is Out There?": A Survey of Business Objectsp. 183
Patterns for Extending an OO Model with Temporal Featuresp. 201
Representation of Multi-level Composite Objects in Relational Databasesp. 221
Complex Methods and Class Allocation in Distributed OODBSsp. 239
Specialization of Object Lifecyclesp. 259
An Enhanced Definition of Composition and its use for Abstractionp. 276
How to Introduce Emergence in Object Evolutionp. 293
Defining Rules for Schema Transformationp. 313
Ontology of Object-Oriented Database Evolutionp. 331
Capacity-Augmenting Schema Changes on Object-Oriented Databases: Towards Increased Interoperabilityp. 349
Model Engineering Using Charts of Concepts: Application to the Model of the UMLp. 369
A CASE Tool for the Modeling of Methods and Information Systemsp. 387
A Semi-automatic Process of Identifying Overlaps and Inconsistencies between Requirements Specificationsp. 405
Consistency Analysis on Lifecycle Model and Interaction Modelp. 427
Subjective Method Interpretation in Object-Oriented Modelingp. 442
Composition of UML Design Models: A Tool to Support the Resolution of Conflictsp. 464
An Object-Oriented Architecture Model for International Information Systems? An Exploratory Studyp. 483
A Perspective on Foundations of Object-Oriented Information Systemsp. 491
Author Indexp. 497
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ISBN: 9781852330460
ISBN-10: 1852330465
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 497
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.64
Weight (kg): 0.72