Irina Astrova: Evaluating Persistence Models CSIT 2000 : 167-172
Selecting a persistence model is an important process in implementing any persistent programming language and object-oriented database management system. However, relatively little has been published in the area of what parameters should be considered by implementers during this selection. Not only are there many possible pertinent criteria that can be used to evaluate the persistence model alternatives, but there also is typically a degree of uncertainty about the requirements for and expectations of persistence from the programming language and database management system perspectives. This paper focuses on evaluation criteria, with emphasis on the programming language's point of view, as an attempt to fill the gaps in that field.
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