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A persistent hyper-programming system

Citation
Kirby G, Morrison R, Munro D, Connor R & Cutts Q (1997) A persistent hyper-programming system. In: Proceedings 13th International Conference on Data Engineering. 13th International Conference on Data Engineering, Birmingham, 07.04.1997-11.04.1997. Piscataway, NJ, USA: IEEE, p. 585. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICDE.1997.582039

Abstract
We demonstrate the use of a hyper-programming system in building persistent applications. This allows program representations to contain type-safe links to persistent objects embedded directly within the source code. The benefits include improved efficiency and potential for static program checking, reduced programming effort and the ability to display meaningful source-level representations for first-class procedure values. Hyper-programming represents a completely new style of programming which is only possible in a persistent programming system.

Keywords
displays; programming profession; computer science; application software; computer languages; nonvolatile memory; databases; file systems; data structures; prototypes;

Notes
Output Type: Meeting Abstract

StatusPublished
Author(s)Kirby, Graham; Morrison, Ron; Munro, Dave; Connor, Richard; Cutts, Quintin
Publication date31/12/1997
Publication date online06/08/2002
PublisherIEEE
Place of publicationPiscataway, NJ, USA
ISBN0-8186-7807-0
Conference13th International Conference on Data Engineering
Conference locationBirmingham
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