... present implementation has GemStone running on its own hardware and communicating to user interface .programs on host machines through a network link. ... Objects are broken into elements and associations, which are organized into a linked list under a header for the object. ... Another problem is using a nested element as a discriminator. Since that element may be different in different states of the database, its object may need to appear along two branches of the directory.
|Title||:||Proceedings of ACM-SIGMOD 1985 International Conference on Management of Data, May 28-31, 1985, LaMansioń Hotel, Austin, Texas|