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PJama Project: Articles


Measuring the Performance of Disk Garbage Collectors: Garbage Collecting Persistent Java Stores

Craig Hamilton
MSc project thesis. University of Glasgow. 1997.
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Main-Memory Management to support Orthogonal Persistence for Java

L. Daynes and M.P. Atkinson
The Second International Workshop on Persistence and Java(tm) (PJW2)
Half Moon Bay, California, August 1997
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The Design of a new Persistent Object Store for PJama

Tony Printezis, Malcolm Atkinson, Laurent Daynes, Susan Spence, and Pete Bailey
The Second International Workshop on Persistence and Java(tm) (PJW2)
Half Moon Bay, California, August 1997
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A Scalable Model of Distribution Promoting Autonomy of and Cooperation between PJava Object Stores

Susan Spence and Malcolm Atkinson
Copyright 1996 IEEE. Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
Aston Wailea Resort, Wailea, Hawaii, USA. 7-10 January 1997
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An Orthogonally Persistent Java

M.P. Atkinson, L. Daynes, M.J. Jordan, T. Printezis, S. Spence
ACM Sigmod Record, Volume 25, Number 4, December 1996.
postscript zip file (27Kb)


Extensible Transaction Management in PJava

Laurent Daynes
The First International Workshop on Persistence and Java(tm) (PJW1)
Drymen, Scotland, September 1996
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Early Experiences with Persistent Java

M.J. Jordan
The First International Workshop on Persistence and Java(tm) (PJW1)
Drymen, Scotland, September 1996
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Disk Garbage Collection Strategies for Persistent Java

Tony Printezis
The First International Workshop on Persistence and Java(tm) (PJW1)
Drymen, Scotland, September 1996
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Distribution Strategies for Persistent Java

Susan Spence
The First International Workshop on Persistence and Java(tm) (PJW1)
Drymen, Scotland, September 1996
postscript zip file (87Kb)


Design Issues for Persistent Java: a type-safe, object-oriented, orthogonally persistent system

M.P. Atkinson, M.J. Jordan, L. Daynes and S. Spence
Seventh International Workshop on Persistent Object Systems (POS7)
Cape May, New Jersey, May 1996.
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