I am a graduate student and my MSc thesis will be about
OO DBMS. Actually, we will try to build an DBMS for an scientific
and oo project. Can anyone suggest me some books, articles, web sites
as a start point ? I want to learn and use new approaches in
Thanks in advance,
- --- In agileDatabases@y..., "e_unsal2001" <ersin.unsal@y...> wrote:
>I would suggest starting with a set of requirements. You can get all
> I am a graduate student and my MSc thesis will be about OO
> DBMS. Actually, we will try to build an DBMS for an scientific and
> oo project. Can anyone suggest me some books, articles, web sites as
> a start point? I want to learn and use new approaches in the
kinds of results from a google on "object oriented database". But
where would that leave you? Most of those references will assume OODBs
are good, some may assume they're bad.
Do they fit your requirements? What's the smallest kind of database
you can build that will meet your needs?
You'll never know until you list your needs and prioritize them.
Don't assume the people who've built databases in the past know how to
build yours. Hint: most OODBs are incredible overkill for 80% of the
applications that use them. Hint2: Most relational database
architectures originated from the era where a megabyte was a lot of
space... on disk.