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Closing the gap between different object models

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1 Author(s)
Sonntag, S. ; Tech. Univ. of Dresden, Germany

Programming language, database and operating system objects are essentially implementation variants of the same basic programming paradigm, i.e. objects as found in object-oriented programming languages. Yet, these object models differ significantly with regard to programming support, granularity, lifetime, persistence, concurrency, fault-tolerance and others. The paper points out the differences between these object models and argues that it makes sense to provide one generalized dynamic object model. A technique to define and use operating system objects in the same way as programming language objects independent from the object model provided by the underlying operating system is shown

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Object Orientation in Operating Systems, 1992., Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on

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24-25 Sep 1992