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NETMARK: A Schema-Less Extension for Relational Databases for Managing Semi-structured Data Dynamically

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NETMARK: A Schema-Less Extension for Relational Databases for Managing Semi-structured Data Dynamically
Object-Relational database management system is an integrated hybrid cooperative approach to combine the best practices of both the relational model utilizing SQL queries and the object-oriented, semantic paradigm for supporting complex data creation. In this paper, a highly scalable, information on demand database framework, called NETMARK, is introduced. NETMARK takes advantages of the Oracle 8i object-relational database using physical addresses data types for very efficient keyword search of records spanning across both context and content. NETMARK was originally developed in early 2000 as a research and development prototype to solve the vast amounts of unstructured and semistructured documents existing within NASA enterprises. Today, NETMARK is a flexible, high-throughput open database framework for managing, storing, and searching unstructured or semi-structured arbitrary hierarchal models, such as XML and HTML. KEY WORDS Object-Relational, schema-less database, document manage...
David A. Maluf, Peter B. Tran
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where ISMIS
Authors David A. Maluf, Peter B. Tran
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