THE APPLICATION OF OBJECT-ORIENTED DATA MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES TO T&E DATA CHALLENGES
AffiliationWyle Laboratories, Telemetry and Data Systems
KeywordsOMEGA Data Environment (ODE)
Object Oriented Data Management (OODM)
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AbstractThis paper describes an adaptive data management architecture capable of supporting order-of-magnitude data volume increases without a priori knowledge of data structures. The architecture allows users to generate and maintain data in optimal legacy formats while managing and extracting information with common analysis tools. This paper shows how an object-oriented data management system can manage both data and the knowledge imparted to the data by users.
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