Re: Mixing OO and DB
Date: Sun, 24 Feb 2008 11:57:00 +0000
Tegiri Nenashi wrote:
> On Feb 22, 2:01 pm, "Yagotta B. Kidding" <y..._at_mymail.com> wrote:
>>I'd like to propose humbly an OO lemma that can be fruitfully used in any
>>OO proof or OO discussion: 'A prolonged (more than a year) exposure to OOP
>>(object-oriented paradigm/programming) causes permanent brain damage in
>>97.5% of those so exposed.
>>Proof: left as an exercise for the intereted student. Hint: apply the OOP
>>solution of the Circle/Ellipse problem along with LSP.
> It is remarkable that Barbara herself moved on, and now apparently > works in db theory as evidenced by this article: > http://citeseer.ist.psu.edu/60450.html
- She gets around (no UK insinuation of the term is meant :-) ) .
Throughout my academic and professional lifetime, she has loomed large in the work she has done. CLU, Argus, encoding schemes for sending graph-based data structures, subtyping. The list goes on.
IMHO when the history of CS is written, she will be up there with Dijkstra et al (I certainly regard her as being as important as the others) .
2. She has had previous forays into databases in the 1990s.
Have a look for stuff on the "Thor" system.
Steven Perryman Received on Sun Feb 24 2008 - 12:57:00 CET