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Workshops in Computing
In recent years a range of single programming language systems have been developed that are supported by a persistent store. Examples of such systems include Argus, Galileo, PS-algol and Smalltalk. Although each of these systems is based on a subtly different concept of persistence a common approach is to utilise a layered architecture. This paper presents the design of one such layered architecture that can be used to support a persistent object store where the protection is enforced by a highdoi:10.1007/978-1-4471-3178-6_11 fatcat:clmaev3q35hrbcr4risbcoivzi