Six Layers Architecture Model for Object Oriented Database

In this paper, a six layered architecture for object oriented database from access and management point of view is proposed. This architecture model consist of six layers: Interaction layer, Application layer, Administration layer, Security layer, Paging layer, and Virtual layer. The very popular ANSI/SPARC architecture gives three levels that drive the data access and management of a database. These three levels are external, conceptual, and the internal. The external level consists of particular views of data dedicated to particular client applications or particular users.

Provided by: International Journal of Computer Science Issues Topic: Data Management Date Added: Nov 2011 Format: PDF

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