Comparison Analysis of Object-Based Databases, Object-Oriented Databases, and Object Relational Databases
Keywords:Object-Based Databases, Object-Oriented Databases, Object Relational Databases, Inheritance, Polymorphism and Dynamic binding
The concepts of Object-Based Databases (OBD), Object-Oriented databases (OODB) and Object Relational Databases (ORDB) are of paramount importance in todayâ€™s technological development. A comparison analysis of the concepts and usage of these variants of databases is presented in this paper with respect to areas of applications and features for more clarification. In addition, this paper also presents different data Models for these variants and discusses their relative strength and weaknesses which may serve as good resources for programmers.
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