PCLOS: A Critical Review

@inproceedings{Paepcke1989PCLOSAC,
  title={PCLOS: A Critical Review},
  author={Andreas Paepcke},
  booktitle={OOPSLA},
  year={1989}
}
This paper uses the persistent object system PCLOS to survey some problems and benefits of object persistence. The system is analyzed along several relevant dimensions. PCLOS provides object persistence for an object-oriented language. The insights gained on desirable and detrimental components of the system are presented. The intent is to outline some of the expected and unexpected problems encountered in the construction of support for object persistence. 

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