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".. or not."
The interesting thing was how much of other technologies were
being captured and rebranded.
What? You mean there is something wrong with that?
"In this paper we described a new concept-oriented data model...."
From: Peter Hunsberger [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
On 4/4/06, Bullard, Claude L (Len) <email@example.com> wrote:
> XQuery, XPath and Semantic Web gurus will enjoy that article or not.
> If you like OLAP, you'll like it too. XML for Analysis gurus might
> want to ask if Concept Graphs (the syntax model for concept oriented
> modeling) is another expression of this field of multi-dimensional/hierarchical
Found a little time to read through this and as far as I can tell
there is nothing here of value what-so-ever. A very
restricted/artificial form of graphs, and a hacked together query
language that appears to be blissfully unaware of the realities of
real world index issues. Didn't pay that much attention, but I don't
really think I'm missing anything?