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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Gilgul is an extension of the Java programming language that allows for dynamic object replacement without consistency problems. This is possible in a semantically clean way because its model strictly separates the notions of reference and comparison that are usually subsumed in the concept of object identity. This paper sketches problems that occur in attempts at replacements of active objects and presents some solutions, including both variants that preserve consistency and those that tradedoi:10.1007/3-540-45440-3_9 fatcat:t4yd6bgihbgr7nvmhqkybdfqpu