Views in object-oriented databases

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SCHOLL, Marc H., Christian LAASCH, Markus TRESCH, 1990. Views in object-oriented databases. Foundations of Models and Languages for Data and Objects. Aigen, Austria, Sep 24, 1990 - Sep 28, 1990. In: GÖERS, Jutta, ed. and others. Second Workshop on Foundations of Models and Languages for Data and Objects : Aigen (Austria) 24.9. - 28.9.1990. Clausthal-Zellerfeld:TU, pp. 37-58

@inproceedings{Scholl1990Views-23454, title={Views in object-oriented databases}, year={1990}, number={90, 3}, address={Clausthal-Zellerfeld}, publisher={TU}, series={Informatik-Bericht}, booktitle={Second Workshop on Foundations of Models and Languages for Data and Objects : Aigen (Austria) 24.9. - 28.9.1990}, pages={37--58}, editor={Göers, Jutta}, author={Scholl, Marc H. and Laasch, Christian and Tresch, Markus} }

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