• Published 2001

Extending Containers to Address the Main Problems of Persistent Object-Oriented Operating Systems : Clustering , Memory Protection and Schema Evolution

@inproceedings{PerezSchofield2001ExtendingCT,
  title={Extending Containers to Address the Main Problems of Persistent Object-Oriented Operating Systems : Clustering , Memory Protection and Schema Evolution},
  author={Gar{\'c}ıa Perez-Schofield and B. CooperT. and Gar{\'c}ıa Rosell{\'o} and P{\'e}rez Cota},
  year={2001}
}
  • Garćıa Perez-Schofield, B. CooperT., +1 author Pérez Cota
When designing and implementing any persistent system, there are three main problems that must be addressed: clustering, memory protection and schema evolution. In this article we present a novel approach using a model based on the concept of container, and we compare this approach with the orthogonal persistence model. From the architecture of object-oriented operating systems, a container is a kind of cluster extended to the higher layers of the operating system. We will show how this model… CONTINUE READING

References

Publications referenced by this paper.
SHOWING 1-10 OF 16 REFERENCES

An Object-Oriented Abstract Machine as the Substrate for an Object-Oriented Operating System

D. Álvarez Gutiérrez, L. Tajes Mart́ınez, +3 authors J. M. Cueva Lovelle
  • Proceedings of the 1st ECOOP Workshop in Object- Orientation and Operating Systems, as part of ECOOP’
  • 1997

Barbados : an Integrated Persistent Programming Environment ”

T. B. Cooper, M. Wise
  • 1997

Critique of orthogonal persistence

  • Proceedings of the Fifth International Workshop on Object-Orientation in Operation Systems
  • 1996
VIEW 2 EXCERPTS