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Adaptive Schema Design and Evaluation in Object-Oriented Information Systems

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  • Technical report TR95-20. This paper develops a formal framework for characterizing \"normalization\" in object-oriented schema design. We introduce style rules for achieving validity, minimality, and extensibility of an object-oriented schema, and the style rules that help to eliminate update anomalies and undesirable existence dependency loops. As a result, the adaptiveness of an object-oriented schema against future requirement changes is increased. This set of style rules can be used as not only a user-oriented method for designing the object-oriented schema, but also a means for validating quality of a schema and for transforming an object-oriented schema into a better style in terms of adaptiveness and robustness. | TRID-ID TR95-20

  • Date created
    1995
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    Report
  • DOI
    https://doi.org/10.7939/R3T43J56K
  • License
    Attribution 3.0 International