This page contains some links we consider useful for our work
cencerning software architecture and patterns. Some of the listed
contributors are vendors. We include these links because they
contain good information besides their specific products. These
links are no rating of any kind concerning the particular
[Remark, WK, 2000: Please understand that some of the
links are outdated and people have retrieved their stuff from the web or pages
might have moved ... If I happen to have too much time ;-) I might recheck them
and update them .. but this is a conservation mirror site ... for more actual
links see e.g. my 1999 presentation
The page also contains some white papers we use for our work.
Papers located on this server are published courtesy of the
authors. Thanks. None of the below papers have been written by us
so we are not responsible for the contents by any means.
Copyright subsist on all the papers by the authors. Please
contact the authors for any question you have concerning contents
or further distribution.
The Usenet news group to discuss all issues
concerning persistence of objects. The 'mini-FAQ' is
available via http://www.well.com/
user/ritchie/mini-faq.html and contains a large
number of useful links including links to all vendors.
The homepage of the ODMG containing the latest news
about the standard
'Also, Akmal B. Chaudhri ... is a frequent contributor at
comp.object.database, and he runs one of the best web
sites for OODBMS technology around. It's particularly
good for getting visibility of the many research papers
that have been written. His site is more advanced than a
FAQ; never-the-less, his site, the mini-FAQ, and the
comp.object FAQ are the closest things
comp.object.database has to a FAQ resource.' (cited from
the mini-FAQ). Several mirror sites are available around
the world. Check for your nearest site.
A vendor's site that contains a number of very useful
links to other sites. A good starting point to browse.
- J. Robie and D. Bartels: 'Why use an ODBMS?
A comparison between relational and object oriented
databases for object oriented application development.' A
technical white paper of POET Software Corporation with a
comprehense discussion on the topic.
Independence'; A paper of Nokia Research Center about
an object database isolation layer that allows to change
the ODBMS dynamically. (now only available from Johan Wikman).
To find links for a specific topic you should also try the
various search engines: Yahoo,
AltaVista, Lycos or WebCrawler to search the
WWW or DejaNews to scan
Usenet Newsgroups. If you're looking for a certain ftp file, try FtpSearch to find
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by Wolfgang Keller