[REBOL] Re: XML.com Embedded Markup Considered Harmful [Oct. 02, 1997]
From: andreas:bolka:gmx at: 11-Oct-2002 22:01
Friday, October 11, 2002, 5:27:37 PM, Petr wrote:
> I looked at it too (only a very quick review though), and it looks
> too academic to me :-) How can it be practically usefull? Too much
> new terms around last months - RFM, Naked Objects, Associative data
> models, etc., but how is it all usefull? Practicall example, etc.?
hmm, an associative data model is not that academic after all:
Memory that is addressed by content rather than by address; content
addressable is often used synonomously. An Associative Memory permits
its users to specify part of a pattern or key and retrieve the values
associated with that pattern.