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A consistent and efficient graphical User Interface Design and Querying Organelle Genome “GUEDOS”
Pages - 191 - 201     |    Revised - 01-07-2011     |    Published - 05-08-2011
Volume - 5   Issue - 3    |    Publication Date - July / August 2011  Table of Contents
Graphical User Interface, Complex Object, Bioinformatics, UML-BD
We propose a software layer called GUEDOS-DB upon Object-Relational Database Management System ORDMS. In this work we apply it in Molecular Biology, more precisely Organelle complete genome. We aim to offer biologists the possibility to access in a unified way information spread among heterogeneous genome databanks. In this paper, the goal is firstly, to provide a visual schema graph through a number of illustrative examples. The adopted, human-computer interaction technique in this visual designing and querying makes very easy for biologists to formulate database queries compared with linear textual query representation.
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Associate Professor Hassan BADIR
National School of applied sciences - Morocco
Mr. Rachida FISSOUNE
- Morocco
- France