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Persistent Object Systems

Proceedings of the Sixth International Workshop on Persistent Object Systems, Tarascon, Provence, France, 5–9 September 1994

  • Malcolm Atkinson
  • David Maier
  • Véronique Benzaken

Part of the Workshops in Computing book series (WORKSHOPS COMP.)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Malcolm Atkinson
    Pages 1-2
  3. J. Eliot, B. Moss, Antony L. Hosking
    Pages 3-15
  4. D. S. Munro, R. C. H. Connor, R. Morrison, S. Scheuerl, D. W. Stemple
    Pages 16-42
  5. Véronique Benzaken
    Pages 43-44
  6. Stephen Blott, Helmut Kaufmann, Lukas Relly, Hans-Jörg Schek
    Pages 45-59
  7. Alan Dearie, Rex di Bona, James Farrow, Frans Henskens, David Hulse, Anders Lindström et al.
    Pages 60-78
  8. Shinji Suzuki, Masaru Kitsuregawa, Mikio Takagi
    Pages 79-95
  9. Alan Dearie
    Pages 96-98
  10. James O’Toole, Liuba Shrira
    Pages 99-114
  11. Carsten A. Gerlhof, Alfons Kemper
    Pages 115-126
  12. Ken Moody
    Pages 127-128
  13. Andrea H. Skarra, Naser S. Barghouti, Alexander L. Wolf
    Pages 129-146
  14. Laurent Daynès, Olivier Gruber
    Pages 147-161
  15. Ron Morrison
    Pages 162-163
  16. S. J. Bushell, A. Dearle, A. L. Brown, F. A. Vaughan
    Pages 164-183
  17. B. Reinwald, S. Dessloch, M. Carey, T. Lehman, H. Pirahesh, V. Srinivasan
    Pages 202-216
  18. R. L. Grossman, N. Araujo, X. Qin, W. Xu
    Pages 217-234
  19. Dag I. K. Sjøberg, Quintin Cutts, Ray Welland, Malcolm P. Atkinson
    Pages 235-255
  20. Andrea Skarra
    Pages 256-258
  21. David E. Langworthy, Stanley B. Zdonik
    Pages 259-283
  22. Fabrizio Ferrandina, Thorsten Meyer, Roberto Zicari
    Pages 284-301
  23. Alex Farkas, Alan Dearle
    Pages 302-315
  24. Ray Welland
    Pages 316-317
  25. Richard Cooper, Graham Kirby
    Pages 332-354
  26. G. N. C. Kirby, R. C. H. Connor, R. Morrison
    Pages 355-373
  27. Gordon Russell, Paul Shaw, Paul Cockshott
    Pages 374-386
  28. F. A. Henskens, D. M. Koch, R. Jalili, J. Rosenberg
    Pages 387-399
  29. Sonia Berman
    Pages 400-401
  30. Pedro Sousa, José Alves Marques
    Pages 402-414
  31. Fausto Rabitti, Leonardo Benedetti, Federico Demi
    Pages 415-440
  32. Liuba Shrira
    Pages 441-443
  33. Jean-Claude Franchitti, Roger King, Omar Boucelma
    Pages 455-470
  34. Richard Connor, Alex Farkas, Dave Maier
    Pages 471-476
  35. Anne Doucet
    Pages 477-478
  36. G. Mainetto, M. Di Giacomo, L. Vinciotti
    Pages 503-525
  37. Steve Rozen, Lincoln Stein, Nathan Goodman
    Pages 526-541
  38. Fred Brown, Peter Buneman, Fausto Rabitti
    Pages 542-544
  39. Back Matter
    Pages 545-548

About these proceedings

Introduction

The Sixth International Workshop on Persistent Object Systems was held at Les Mazets des Roches near Tarascon, Provence in southern France from the fifth to the ninth of September 1994. The attractive context and autumn warmth greeted the 53 participants from 12 countries spread over five continents. Persistent object systems continue to grow in importance. Almost all significant uses of computers to support human endeavours depend on long-lived and large-scale systems. As expectations and ambitions rise so the sophistication of the systems we attempt to build also rises. The quality and integrity of the systems and their feasibility for supporting large groups of co-operating people depends on their technical founda­ tion. Persistent object systems are being developed which provide a more robust and yet simpler foundation for these persistent applications. The workshop followed the tradition of the previous workshops in the series, focusing on the design, implementation and use of persistent object systems in particular and persistent systems in general. There were clear signs that this line of research is maturing, as engineering issues were discussed with the aid of evidence from operational systems. The work presented covered the complete range of database facilities: transactions, concurrency, distribution, integrity and schema modifica­ tion. There were examples of very large scale use, one involving tens of terabytes of data. Language issues, particularly the provision of reflection, continued to be important.

Keywords

Flask Processing cluster code generation compiler databases distributed systems functions language operating system programming programming language software software engineering

Editors and affiliations

  • Malcolm Atkinson
    • 1
  • David Maier
    • 2
  • Véronique Benzaken
    • 3
  1. 1.Department of Computing ScienceUniversity of GlasgowGlasgowUK
  2. 2.Department of Computer Science and EngineeringOregon Graduate InstitutePortlandUSA
  3. 3.Université de Paris I — Panthéon — SorbonneParisFrance

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4471-2122-0
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag London 1995
  • Publisher Name Springer, London
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-19912-0
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4471-2122-0
  • Series Print ISSN 1431-1682
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