An Empirical Study of Persistent Object Stores

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Publication Type technical report
School or College College of Engineering
Department Computing, School of
Creator Thakur, Sudheer
Title An Empirical Study of Persistent Object Stores
Date 1993-06
Description Persistent object stores support the creation, manipulation, storage, and retrieval of objects. Other desirable features of persistent stores are protection, transaction management, version control and concurrency control. Due to a lack of complete understanding of the demands of applications, there is a great deal of variation in the functionality of POSs. This work is an effort to determine how these differing models fit with an existing CAGD system Alpha_1 (a spline based geometric modeller written at the University of Utah). We compare Alpha_1's existing persistent object base with ESM (from University of California, Berkeley). The various features that are considered include performance, distribution, data clustering, object identifier support, concurrency and navigational support.
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Subject persistent object stores; CAGD; Alpha_1; ESM; Postgres; data clustering; object identifier
Subject LCSH Database management; Object-oriented programming (Computer science)
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Thakur, S. (1993). An Empirical Study of Persistent Object Stores.
Series University of Utah Computer Science Technical Report
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