The Napier Type System.

Ronald Morrison, Alfred L. Brown, Raymund Carrick, Richard C. H. Connor, Alan Dearle, Malcolm P. Atkinson: The Napier Type System. POS 1989: 3-18
  author    = {Ronald Morrison and
               Alfred L. Brown and
               Raymund Carrick and
               Richard C. H. Connor and
               Alan Dearle and
               Malcolm P. Atkinson},
  editor    = {John Rosenberg and
               David Koch},
  title     = {The Napier Type System},
  booktitle = {Persistent Object Systems, Proceedings of the Third International
               Workshop, 10-13 January 1989, Newcastle, New South Wales},
  publisher = {Springer},
  series    = {Workshops in Computing},
  year      = {1989},
  isbn      = {3-540-19626-9},
  pages     = {3-18},
  ee        = {db/conf/pos/MorrisonBCCDA89.html},
  crossref  = {DBLP:conf/pos/1989},
  bibsource = {DBLP,}

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Referenced by

  1. Antony L. Hosking, Jiawan Chen: PM3: An Orthogonal Persistent Systems Programming Language - Design, Implementation, Performance. VLDB 1999: 587-598
  2. Richard C. H. Connor: Existentially Quantified Procedures: A Mechanism for Abstracting Type in Dynamic Typing Constructs. DBPL 1997: 97-117
  3. Malcolm P. Atkinson, Ronald Morrison: Orthogonally Persistent Object Systems. VLDB J. 4(3): 319-401(1995)
  4. John Rosenberg, Michael Hitchens: Linguistic Support for Persistent Modules and Capabilities. DBPL 1993: 32-49
  5. David W. Stemple, Leonidas Fegaras, Tim Sheard, Adolfo Socorro: Exceeding the Limits of Polymorphism in Database Programming Languages. EDBT 1990: 269-285
  6. Peter A. Buhr, Glen Ditchfield, C. Robert Zarnke: Basic Abstractions for a Database Programming Language. DBPL 1989: 422-437
  7. Malcolm P. Atkinson: Questioning Persistent Types. DBPL 1989: 2-24
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