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Category - Object Oriented Database
Object Oriented databases store data in the form of objects, which encapsulate both data and behaviours. They are well-suited for object-oriented programming environments. Examples include MongoDB (with BSON), db4o.
Performance optimization in object-oriented databases involves efficient object serialization and deserialization, indexing, and query optimization. Choosing appropriate indexing strategies based on the application’s access patterns can significantly improve query performance. Caching mechanisms can also be employed to reduce disk I/O and enhance response times.