Casper: A Cached Architecture Supporting Persistence

@article{Vaughan1992CasperAC,
  title={Casper: A Cached Architecture Supporting Persistence},
  author={Francis Vaughan and Tracy Lo Basso and Alan Dearle and Chris D. Marlin and Chris J. Barter},
  journal={Computing Systems},
  year={1992},
  volume={5},
  pages={337-359}
}
Persistent object systems greatly simplify programming tasks since they hide the traditional distinction between short-term and long-term storage from the applications programmer. As a result, the programmer can operate at a level of abstraction in which short-term and long-term data are treated uniformly. It is important that such a persistent system be capable of being used concurrently; such concurrent usage may arise because of parallel process facilities in the programming language… CONTINUE READING
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