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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Java has potential to support the development of distributed and autonomous though collaborating components in a network computing environment. To provide for the flow of objects between these components some kind of distributed shared memory is needed. So far, Java offers distributed shared memory aka distributed persistence by employing database systems. However, since the main features of database systems, such as transaction management and query languages, are often not needed for thesedoi:10.1007/bfb0054500 fatcat:hw7rtqqlbvfunecf2hvdgvwomm