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2011

Ireland, Christopher; Bowers, David; Newton, Michael and Waugh, Kevin (2011). Exploring the essence of an Object-Relational Impedance Mismatch: a novel technique based on equivalence in the context of a framework. In: DBKDA 2011, The Third International Conference on Advances in Databases, Knowledge, and Data Applications, 23-28 January, 2011, St. Maarten, The Netherlands Antilles, pp. 65–70.

2010

Ireland, Christopher; Bowers, David; Newton, Mike and Waugh, Kevin (2010). Exploring the Use of Mixed Abstractions in SQL:1999 - A Framework-based Approach. In: The Second International Conference on Advances in Databases, Knowledge, and Data Applications, 11-16 April 2010, Menuires, France.

2009

Ireland, Christopher; Bowers, David; Newton, Mike and Waugh, Kevin (2009). A classification of object-relational impedance mismatch. In: First International Conference on Advances in Databases, Knowledge, and Data Applications (DBKDA), 1-6 March 2009, Cancun, Mexico.

Ireland, Christopher; Bowers, David; Newton, Mike and Waugh, Kevin (2009). Understanding object-relational mapping: A framework based approach. International Journal on Advances in Software, 2(2/3) pp. 202–216.

2003

Bowers, David S. (2003). Detecting redundancy in conceptual models. In: ed. Advanced Conceptual Modeling Techniques: ER 2002 Workshops, ECDM, MobIMod, IWCMQ, and eCOMO, Tampere, Finland, October 7-11, 2002, Revised Papers. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2784 (2784). Berlin/Heidelberg, Germany: Springer, pp. 275–287.

2001

Bowers, D.S. (2001). Nurturing the acorn: helping a small software company onto the CMM ladder. In: Proceedings UKAIS (UK Academy for Information Systems) 2001, 18-20 Apr 2001, Portsmouth, UK. file

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