Wolfgang Klas, Erich J. Neuhold, Michael Schrefl,
"On an Object-Oriented Data Model for a Knowledge Base"
, in R. Speth (ed.): Research into Networks and Distributed Applications: European Teleinformatics Conference (EUTECO '88), Vienna, Austria, April 20-22, 1988, North-Holland Publishing, 4-1988, ISBN: 0-444-70428-0
On an Object-Oriented Data Model for a Knowledge Base
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Research into Networks and Distributed Applications: European Teleinformatics Conference (EUTECO '88), Vienna, Austria, April 20-22, 1988
The integration of autonomous distributed conventional databases requires two essential tasks: First, to represent the different database schemata in a canonical data model; Second, to provide global views on the schemata represented in the canonical model. The canonical model must be able to represent meta-database information next to conventional database structures. In this paper we present a data model which is particularly well suited for this specification. It includes the modelling concepts of semantic data models and it is capable of managing data and meta-data in a uniform way. The last feature is typical for knowledge representation models. Furthermore the model strictly follows object-oriented principles by encapsulating data structures and their associated operations.
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