Distributed Object Management in Thor

  title={Distributed Object Management in Thor},
  author={Barbara Liskov and Mark Day and Liuba Shrira},
Thor is a new object-oriented database management system (OODBMS), intended to be used in heterogeneous distributed systems to allow programs written in diierent programming languages to share objects in a convenient manner. Thor objects are persistent in spite of failures, are highly likely to be accessible whenever they are needed, and can be struc-tured to reeect the kinds of information of interest to users. Thor combines the advantages of the object-oriented approach with those of database… CONTINUE READING
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