Orthogonally persistent object systems

  title={Orthogonally persistent object systems},
  author={Malcolm P. Atkinson and Ronald Morrison},
  journal={The VLDB Journal},
Persistent Application Systems (PASs) are of increasing social and economic importance. They have the potential to be long-lived, concurrently accessed, and consist of large bodies of data and programs. Typical examples of PASs are CAD/CAM systems, office automation, CASE tools, software engineering environments, and patient-care support systems in hospitals. Orthogonally persistent object systems are intended to provide improved support for the design, construction, maintenance, and operation… CONTINUE READING
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