The Physical Machine of NICEBD, an Object Oriented DBMS.

C. Salgado, N. Le Than, E. Vittori, J. T. Dong, G. Mopolo, Serge Miranda: The Physical Machine of NICEBD, an Object Oriented DBMS. DASFAA 1989: 359-366
  author    = {C. Salgado and
               N. Le Than and
               E. Vittori and
               J. T. Dong and
               G. Mopolo and
               Serge Miranda},
  editor    = {Sukho Lee and
               Hideko S. Kunii and
               Won Kim and
               In Sup Paik and
               Yahiko Kambayashi},
  title     = {The Physical Machine of NICEBD, an Object Oriented DBMS},
  booktitle = {International Symposium on Database Systems for Advanced Applications,
               Seoul, Korea, April 10-12, 1989},
  publisher = {Dept. of Computer Science, KAIST, P.O. Box 150, ChongRyang, Seoul,
               131-650, Korea},
  year      = {1989},
  pages     = {359-366},
  ee        = {db/conf/dasfaa/SalgadoTVDMM89.html},
  crossref  = {DBLP:conf/dasfaa/89},
  bibsource = {DBLP,}


This paper presents the NICEBD internal level, called physical machine. NICEBD is an object oriented DBMS which has four main goals: persistent complex object management, deduction taking in account, multi-device storage and multi-user environment. This physical machine, called NICEMP, implements logical independance, in the sense it can be used for supporting any logical data model. On the first hand NICEMP is an object manager and on the other hand a set of tools for complex system development. Object oriented approach underlies its design and implementation.

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