Basic Data Concepts in ADAMS

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Authors:Pfaltz, JL, Institute for Parallel ComputationUniversity of Virginia Son, SH, Institute for Parallel ComputationUniversity of Virginia French, JC, Institute for Parallel ComputationUniversity of Virginia Baron, PK, Institute for Parallel ComputationUniversity of Virginia Kirks, DJ, Institute for Parallel ComputationUniversity of Virginia Orlandic, R, Institute for Parallel ComputationUniversity of Virginia
Abstract:

Every database implementation is eventually grounded in a number of primitive concepts which are fundamental to understanding the system. ADAMS is based on five primitive concepts: attribute, co-domain, element, map, and set, which are developed in this preliminary design report. We then show that more traditional database constructs, such as relations, networks, and/or arrays, can be expressed in terms of these primitives.
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Language:
English
Source Citation:

Pfaltz, JL, SH Son, JC French, PK Baron, DJ Kirks, and R Orlandic. "Basic Data Concepts in ADAMS." University of Virginia Institute for Parallel Computation Tech Report (1987).

Publisher:
University of Virginia, Institute for Parallel Computation
Published Date:
1987