[1/4] from: patrick::philipot::laposte::net at: 22-Jun-2024 19:05
Hi List, What's up with the Associative Model of Data? I remember the subject emerged on this list. Did someone managed to do something with it? Regards Patrick
[2/4] from: robert:muench:robertmuench at: 22-Jun-2003 20:38
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<<quoted lines omitted: 5>>> subject emerged on this list. Did someone managed to do > something with it?
Hi, well I did play around with the idea and what can be done with it. I read the Lazysoft book. It's an interesting read. I'm not that dogmatic with the idea as Lazysoft but IMO there are some very good ideas. You can have a look at my homepage (http://www.robertmuench.de) where a prototype of the Rebol Framework (RFM) is available. This is a proof-of-concept thing and I must say that I'm still convinced that it's a very good approach. Be prepared to see more on this integrated into IOS over time. As always, I need to spend most of my time doing other things. But I'm going to fund some development around it and we will see how things go on. Robert
[3/4] from: Al:Bri:xtra at: 23-Jun-2003 17:14
> What's up with the Associative Model of Data? I remember the subject
emerged on this list. Did someone managed to do something with it? I grew concerned that my models in Rebol grew "asymmetrical". So now I'm using Rebol tables and references. The tables parts are working. Just got to get automatic creation and manipulation like in Naked Objects working. Andrew J Martin ICQ: 26227169 http://www.rebol.it/Valley/ http://Valley.150m.com/
[4/4] from: petr:krenzelok:trz:cz at: 23-Jun-2003 19:05
>Hi List, > >What's up with the Associative Model of Data? I remember the subject emerged on this list. Did someone managed to do something with it? > >Regards >Patrick >
AMD model of data still has to be proven imo. I asked abou it in one OsNews db related thread and one person strongly objected about it. Disk space storagy is no more an issue nowadays. I think that relational model + fulltext indexinf is enough for most cases and can handle bigger databases. I am not at Petri Nets etc stuff, so I can be wrong, but distributed AMD database is imo a dream. Even IOS is not fully P2P and uses central server for syncing. I will simply wait till someone proves me being wrong ... -pekr-
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