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Lproc_name detincs_ahnorma\_tinding Figure 11. Legend for properties of MED-OOVR schema in Figure 10 4. Program for Generating the OODB Representation of a CV We have used our methodology to transform two existing medical CVs, the InterMED and the MED, into object-oriented representations. The methodology can be applied not only to medical CVs but to any semantic network-based vocabulary, as long as it satisfies the "uniqueness of property introduction" rule discussed earlier. Both OODB representations, called, respectively, the InterMED-OOVR and the MED-OOVR, are currently up and running on top of the ONTOS DB/Explorer OODB management system.
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Concepts Test. Substance, and Glucose Test We will be using the following graphical conventions when drawing the elements of a CV. A concept is a rectangle having rounded edges with its name (term) written inside. The names of any attributes introduced by the concept (when shown) are written below the concept's name and are separated from it by a line. Note thatthe values of such attributes will not be included in any diagrams. A relationship is a labeled arrow directed from the source concept to the target concept.