A Platform to Support Object Database Research

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GROSSNIKLAUS, Michael, Stefania LEONE, Alexandre de SPINDLER, Moira C. NORRIE, 2013. A Platform to Support Object Database Research. In: The Journal of Object Technology. 12(2), pp. 2:1-31. ISSN 1660-1769. eISSN 1660-1769

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