Data structures and algorithms for supporting GLAD interfaces.
Grenseman, Paul D.
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The relational database model has become the most popular and widespread database model. Most current database systems are based upon or related to -he relational model. However, the relational model is beset with significant limitations, pitfalls and deficiencies. The relational model can be substantially improved with graphical interfaces. To this end, the Graphics Language for Accessing Database (GLAD) can provide easy to use and learn graphics interfaces for the relational model. Data structures and algorithms for GLAD will be presented to extend the relational model.
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