Four Basic Concepts of Object Technology: A Structuring Method, a Reliability Discipline, an Epistemological Principle and a Classification Technique
Girma Yohannis Bade
Corresponding Author : Girma Yohannis Bade
Department of Computer Science, Wolaita Sodo University, Wolaita, Ethiopia
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Received : 2019-01-15 Accepted : 2019-03-11 Published : 2019-03-11
Abstract : The rapid evolution of every data has created to store and transmit all data standards, concepts, and technologies. The problem is the analysis of object-oriented data base systems that would be flexible enough how to make the best benefit of this data for object oriented data base management systems (OODBMS) and quickly developing work with evolving data. Object technology is an ideal vehicle to discuss such concepts without going into messy technologies. The object oriented method has grown out a meeting between a problem and a set of powerful ideas that provide at least as path to a solution then problem is easy to state transforming software constructions into industry activities. This paper is going to examine object technology in view of reliability, classification, epistemological principle and structuring method. Finally, this paper also concludes these four ideas are the basis of object technology.
Keywords : object technology, reliability, classification, epistemological structuring.
Citation : Girma Yohannis Bade et al (2019). Four Basic Concepts of Object Technology: A Structuring Method, a Reliability Discipline, an Epistemological Principle and a Classification Technique, J. of Advancement in Engineering and Technology, V7I3.03. DOI : 10.5281/zenodo.2595853
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