Types and Persistence in Database Programming Languages

@article{Atkinson1987TypesAP,
  title={Types and Persistence in Database Programming Languages},
  author={Malcolm P. Atkinson and Peter Buneman},
  journal={ACM Comput. Surv.},
  year={1987},
  volume={19},
  pages={105-190}
}
Traditionally, the interface between a programming language and a database has either been through a set of relatively low-level subroutine calls, or it has required some form of embedding of one language in another. Recently, the necessity of integrating database and programming language techniques has received some long-overdue recognition. In response, a number of attempts have been made to construct programming languages with completely integrated database management systems. These… CONTINUE READING
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