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Baranov D.A., Vlatskaya I.V. USING THE NETWORK DATABASE FOR STORING COMPLEX STRUCTURED DATA ON THE CLIENT IN AN INFORMATION SYSTEM WITH A WEB-INTERFACEThe development of Web 2.0 technologies has led to the displacement of complex applications on the Web. A Web-based applications have several advantages, however, the current limitation of the Web 2.0 platform (in particular, the lack of support for distributed object systems) do not allow to effectively handle complex structured data, which hampers the implementation of information systems in the form of web-based applications. The data with a complex structure (complex structured) include arrays, lists, trees, graphs, networks and combinations thereof. The problem is the complexity of the relevance maintenance of the web pages and synchronization with the server, the large amounts of data need to be transmitted, as this could adversely affect the reaction rate of the application user interface. Hence, an important task is to minimize the volume of transmitted data necessary to perform an operation and the elimination of reloading data. As a solution to this problem is proposed to introduce a separate (sub) level data on the client side. In the course of such a level of abstraction that solves the problems described above, it developed the concept of a unified oriented graph (UOG), which is a special case of the network database.Key words: distributed systems, object graph unified, complex structured data, databases.

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Authors: Baranov D.A., Vlatskaya I.V.

Year: 2015


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