Jerry Vochteloo

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Single address space operating systems SASOS are an attractive model for making the best use of the wide address space provided by the latest generations of microprocessors SASOS remove the address space borders which make data sharing between processes di cult and expensive in traditional operating systems This o ers the potential of signi cant performance(More)
A single address-space encompassing all virtual memory of a distributed computer system is an ideal environment for a persistent system. The issue of providing effective and efficient protection of objects in such an environment has, however, not been addressed satisfactorily. We propose a system which is based on password capabilities. A system-maintained(More)
With the development of 64-bit microprocessors, it is now possible to combine local, secondary and remote storage into a large single address-space. This results in a uniform method for naming and accessing objects regardless of their location, removes the distinction between persistent and transient data, and simplifies the migration of data and processes.(More)
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