Advances in Persistent Object Systems: Proceedings of the Int'l Workshop on Persistent Object Systems (POS) and the Int'l Workshop on Persistence & Java (PJAVA)

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Proceedings of the biennial International Workshops on Persistent Object Systems.
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Proceedings of the biennial International Workshops on Persistent Object Systems.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781558605855
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science
  • Publication date: 1/22/1999
  • Pages: 387

Table of Contents

Preface
Foreword 1
Transactions in a Flash 2
Understanding the Role of Atomic Transactions and Group Communications in Implementing Persistent Replicated Objects 17
Trust but Check: Mutable Objects in Untrusted Co-operative Caches 29
The Transactional Object Cache: A Foundation for High Performance Persistent System Construction 37
Reconciling Buffer Management with Persistence Optimisations 51
Implementing Garbage Collection in the PerDiS System 64
Incremental Garbage Collection of a Persistent Object Store using PMOS 78
Persistent Operating System Support for Persistent CORBA Objects 92
MAJOR: A Java Language Binding for Object-Relational Databases 112
Exploiting Reflection to Add Persistence and Query Optimization to a Statically Typed Object-Oriented Language 123
Variadic Genericity through Linguistic Reflection: A Performance Evaluation 136
Optimizing the Read and Write Barriers for Orthogonal Persistence 149
Analysing Object Relationships to Predict Page Access for Prefetching 160
Providing Persistence on Small Machines 171
Lumberjack: A Log-Structured Persistent Object Store 187
DynamO: Dynamic Objects with Persistent Storage 199
POS-8 Keynote Discussion: Concurrency: The Fly in the Ointment? 215
Invited paper: Observations on Persistent Object Systems from a (Would-be) Consumer 223
POS-8 Attendee List 234
Foreword 235
Persistent Java Objects in 3 tier architectures 236
Spatio-temporal Access in Persistent Java 250
Concurrency - The Fly in the Ointment? 259
Swizzle barrier optimizations for orthogonal persistence in Java 268
The First Experience of Class Evolution Support in PJama 279
Porting a Distributed System to PJama: Orthogonal Persistence for Java 297
Evaluating Usability Aspects of PJama based on Source Code Measurements 307
Straightforward Java Persistence through Checkpointing 322
Orthogonal Persistence for Java - A Mid-Term Report 335
Toward Class Evolution in Persistent Java 353
Java Finalize Method, Orthogonal Persistence and Transactions 363
Hyper-Programming in Java 370
PJW-3 Attendee List 383
Author Index 384
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