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|Title:||NATURAL QUANTIFICATION AND GENITIVE CASE CONSTRUCTS IN COOL: A COMPOSITE OBJECT ORIENTED DECLARATIVE DATABASE LANGUAGE|
|Abstract:||COOL is a composite object-oriented declarative data base language for use with $N sup 2 F$ relational data bases. COOL uses a construct called a genitive relation to enable unambiguous specification and quantification, both conventional and natural, of relationships. A genitive relation is used in a manner corresponding to the genitive case with noun objects in natural language. Instead of formal genitive relation name syntax, a genitive case alias can be used to promote ease of expression construction.|
|Appears in Collections:||Bradley, James|
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