This article provides a discussion of the application of Object-Level Keyword Search Over Relational Databases (OKSORD). This has been prompted by the difficulties associated with the application Keyword Search Over Relational Databases (KSORD), which makes it difficult for the end user to understand. The procedure discussed for developing an object level data model for the Object-Level Keyword Search Over Relational Databases involves the classification of relation algorithm into four categories. This is then followed by converting a relational database schema to an object-level schema graph. The final step involves generating an object level data graph for the object level schema graph.
Self-Tuning of the Relationships among Rules’ Components in Active Databases Systems