Objektorientierte Informationssysteme

Author: Gerti Kappel
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 9783709194690
Release Date: 2013-03-07
Genre: Computers

Das Buch gibt einen hochaktuellen Einstieg mit Tiefgang in die objektorientierte Entwicklung von Informationssystemen. Das Ziel des Buches ist es, unabhängig von einer konkreten Methode die grundlegenden Konzepte, Darstellungsmittel, Verfahrensschritte und Techniken zur objektorientierten Modellierung von Informationssystemen aufzuzeigen. Der Leser lernt objektorientierte Modellierungskonzepte und Techniken zu verstehen, eine aufgabenspezifische Bewertung einer konkreten Methode durchzuführen und gegebenenfalls für seine eigenen Probleme einzusetzen. Zahlreiche Beispiele veranschaulichen die unmittelbare Einsetzbarkeit des vermittelten Wissens. Das Buch bietet darüber hinaus eine aktuelle Orientierungshilfe zum Verständnis der umfangreichen objektorientierten Methodenlandschaft.

Common LISP

Author: David S. Touretzky
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 9780486498201
Release Date: 2013-02-01
Genre: Technology & Engineering

This highly accessible treatment introduces the artificial intelligenceprogramming language known as Lisp. Geared toward both experiencedprogrammers and those unfamiliar with the language, the text features a“toolkit” in each chapter. Reader-friendly explanations of common Lispprogramming and debugging tools include DESCRIBE, INSPECT, TRACE, andSTEP. Numerous examples, exercises, and diagrams.Reprint of the Benjamin Cummings Publishing Company, Redwood City,California, 1990 edition

Interfaces to Database Systems IDS94

Author: Peter H. Sawyer
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781447138181
Release Date: 2013-11-11
Genre: Computers

A brief survey of the major DBMS and HeI conference proceedings over the past 10 years will reveal isolated pockets of research in database user interfaces but little sense of being swept along with the general advances in DBMS technology and Hel. New data models have evolved to meet the needs of different application domains; persistent programming languages are blurring the traditional distinction between data definition and application programming languages; distribution and inter-operability have become issues as have the storage of heterogeneous media types; yet it is still rare to read of the HeI issues raised by these technological innovations being expressly addressed and rarer still to find recognition of the usability problems with longer-established database technologies. There are at least two reasons why this should be surprising: • Database systems are not like other computer systems; existing both as back-ends to other applications and as stand-alone data stores, they are typically slow, deal with very large volumes of data and can involve all sorts of security, confidentiality and even cooperability issues. • Databases are everywhere. Perhaps only word processors and spread sheets are more widespread. In addition, as business cultures change and personal computing continues to mould expectations, end-users find themselves interacting increasingly closely with database systems.

The APDAlog

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Publisher:
ISBN: CORNELL:31924092832306
Release Date: 1991
Genre: Apple computer


Coders at Work

Author: Peter Seibel
Publisher: Hüthig Jehle Rehm
ISBN: 3826691032
Release Date: 2011
Genre:


Byte

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ISBN: UOM:39015013058444
Release Date: 1988
Genre: Microcomputers