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Evolution towards, in, and beyond Object Databases

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SCHOLL, Marc H., Markus TRESCH, 1994. Evolution towards, in, and beyond Object Databases. Information Systems and Artificial Intelligence. Hamburg, Mar, 1994. In: Proceedings of the 3. GI Workshop Information Systems and Artificial Intelligence, Hamburg, March 1994

@inproceedings{Scholl1994Evolu-6107, title={Evolution towards, in, and beyond Object Databases}, year={1994}, booktitle={Proceedings of the 3. GI Workshop Information Systems and Artificial Intelligence, Hamburg, March 1994}, author={Scholl, Marc H. and Tresch, Markus} }

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