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If you feel that your papers on o/r access layers are missing here, drop me a mail with a link to your web-site

rd_pin.gif (1016 Byte)Scott Ambler: operates a web site that also contains some papers on object/relational mappings. Here's the direct link to the relevant page.

rd_pin.gif (1016 Byte)Dr. Akmal Chaudhri's homepage is also allways worth a visit - especially when it comes to the question of whether to use an OODB or an O/R mapping layer and also when it comes to questions of OODB performance.

rd_pin.gif (1016 Byte)Kyle Brown; Kyle is the Godfather of o/r patterns. He wrote the first pattern language on the theme - pay him a visit at his homepage that contains many of the original papers

rd_pin.gif (1016 Byte)Jens Coldewey: wrote quite a few papers together with me. He's got more interesting stuff on patterns for GUI design on his pages

rd_pin.gif (1016 Byte)Joe Yoder: presented a very interesting pattern laguage on how to map objects to relational databases in Smalltalk at PLoP 98. Demo code is also available.

rd_pin.gif (1016 Byte)Tim Ottinger collected a series of pattlets on O/R mapping, he calls Baker's Dozen 

rd_pin.gif (1016 Byte)Carl Rosenberger is a frequent contributor to comp.databases.object , an OODB expert and also the author of db4o.

rd_pin.gif (1016 Byte)Bruce Whitenack: wrote much stuff together with Kyle.

rd_pin.gif (1016 Byte)Christoph Lechleitner is writing a ph.d. thesis on O/R mapping patterns at the  University of Linz, Austria 

rd_pin.gif (1016 Byte)Wolfgang Keller: I operate this web site. Wan't to know more - see my homepage or the ObjectArchitects site.

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