Multiple ownership

@inproceedings{Cameron2007MultipleO,
  title={Multiple ownership},
  author={Nicholas Robert Cameron and Sophia Drossopoulou and James W Noble and Matthew J. Smith},
  booktitle={OOPSLA},
  year={2007}
}
Existing ownership type systems require objects to have precisely one primary owner, organizing the heap into an ownership tree. Unfortunately, a tree structure is too restrictive for many programs, and prevents many common design patterns where multiple objects interact. Multiple Ownership is an ownership type system where objects can have more than one owner, and the resulting ownership structure forms a DAG. We give a straightforward model for multiple ownership, focusing in particular on… CONTINUE READING
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