The Object-Oriented Model

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The Object-Oriented Model

  1. The object-oriented model is based on a collection of objects, like the E-R model.

    For example, consider an object representing a bank account.

  2. Unlike entities in the E-R model, each object has its own unique identity, independent of the values it contains:

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