The Implementation of Galileo's Persistent Values

@inproceedings{Albano1985TheIO,
  title={The Implementation of Galileo's Persistent Values},
  author={Antonio Albano and Giorgio Ghelli and Renzo Orsini},
  booktitle={Data Types and Persistence},
  year={1985}
}
Galileo is a conceptual language for database applications in which the persistence of values is an orthogonal property, i.e., values of any type are persistent as long as they are accessible from the top level environment. In Galileo providing such property poses difficult problems since the language is based on a heap memory management, with variable size elements and an incremental garbage collection, and it allows user control of failures and undo of updates. The interaction of these… CONTINUE READING