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Chapter 14: Object-Oriented Modeling MIS 2403-Data Base  Management Dr. Segall - Chapter 14
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Object-Oriented Data Modeling Merger of two fields: Data and Process Modeling Object-oriented programming languages SmallTalk; C++; Visual Basic; Micro-Focus  COBOL; Visual C++
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Core Concepts Objects Encapsulation Classes Inheritance Identity Domains
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Object Webster’s Dictionary definition of an  object.  Something that is or is capable of being seen,  touched, or otherwise sensed. Add to this the concept that we want to store  data and information about the behaviors of  the object, and you have the information  systems concept of objects
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Examples of Objects An employee, customer, vendor, and student are  examples of  person  objects.  A particular warehouse, regional office, building,  and room are examples of  place  objects.  A product, vehicle, equipment, video tape, or a  window appearing on a users display monitor are  examples of  thing  objects.  An order, payment, invoice, application,  registration, and reservation are examples of  event  objects. 
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Object (Text definition, p.171)
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