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Persistent Object Systems: Design, Implementation, and Use

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Persistent Object Systems: Design, Implementation, and Use
Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg

Table of Contents

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Session 1: Overview
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    Chapter 2 A Framework for Persistence-Enabled Optimization of Java Object Stores
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    Chapter 3 Architecture of the PEVM: A High-Performance Orthogonally Persistent Java™ Virtual Machine
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    Chapter 4 Session 2: Overview
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    Chapter 5 A Spatiotemporal Model as the Basis for a Persistent GIS
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    Chapter 6 Experience with the PerDiS Large-Scale Data-Sharing Middleware
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    Chapter 7 Toward Pure Polylingual Persistence
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    Chapter 8 Session 3: Overview
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    Chapter 9 Transactional Remote Group Caching in Distributed Object Systems
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    Chapter 10 Platypus: Design and Implementation of a Flexible High Performance Object Store
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    Chapter 11 Persistent Object Systems: Design, Implementation, and Use
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    Chapter 12 TMOS: A Transactional Garbage Collector
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    Chapter 13 Session 4: Overview
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    Chapter 14 The Memory Behavior of the WWW, or The WWW Considered as a Persistent Store
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    Chapter 15 A Comparison of Two Persistent Storage Tools for Implementing a Search Engine
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    Chapter 16 Session 5: Overview
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    Chapter 17 An Approach to Implementing Persistent Computations
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    Chapter 18 Transparent Orthogonal Checkpointing through User-Level Pagers
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    Chapter 19 An Overview of Ulisse, a Distributed Single Address Space System
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    Chapter 20 Session 6: Overview
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    Chapter 21 Persistent Object Systems: Design, Implementation, and Use
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    Chapter 22 Implementing Orthogonally Persistent Java
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    Chapter 23 Session 7: Overview
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    Chapter 24 Persistent Object Systems: Design, Implementation, and Use
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    Chapter 25 An Application Model and Environment for Personal Information Appliances
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    Chapter 26 Scalable and Recoverable Implementation of Object Evolution for the PJama1 Platform
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    Chapter 27 Epilogue
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Title
Persistent Object Systems: Design, Implementation, and Use
Published by
Lecture notes in computer science, October 2001
DOI 10.1007/3-540-45498-5
ISBNs
978-3-54-042735-3, 978-3-54-045498-4
Authors

Graham N. C. Kirby, Alan Dearle, Dag I. K. Sjøberg

Editors

Graham N. C. Kirby, Alan Dearle, Dag I. K. Sjøberg

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