Physical database design for an object-oriented database system


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SCHOLL, Marc H., 1994. Physical database design for an object-oriented database system. In: FREYTAG, Johann Christoph, ed. and others. Query processing for advanced database systems. San Mateo, Calif.:Morgan Kaufmann, pp. 419-447. ISBN 1-55860-271-2

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