ROD – Ruby Object Database

Aleksander Pohl

Abstract


Ruby Object Database is an open-source object database designed for storing and accessing data which rarely changes. The primary reason for designing it was to create a storage facility for natural language dictionaries and corpora. It is optimized for reading speed and easiness of usage.

Keywords


object database; Ruby; natural language processing

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21936/si2012_v33.n2A.148