High-Performance Computing and Networking: International by Erich Strohmaier, Jack J. Dongarra (auth.), Bob Hertzberger,

By Erich Strohmaier, Jack J. Dongarra (auth.), Bob Hertzberger, Peter Sloot (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed complaints of the 1997 overseas convention and Exhibition on High-Performance Computing and Networking, HPCN EUROPE 1997, held in Vienna, Austria, in April 1997. The ebook contains a complete of ninety four revised complete papers chosen from greater than two hundred submissions; additionally incorporated are 35 poster displays. the quantity spans the total spectrum of high-performance computing matters, from theoretical and conceptual matters to end-user purposes in quite a few various components. the amount is equipped in tracks on commercial and basic end-user functions, computational technological know-how, and laptop technological know-how.

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R. Dittrich et al. ): Objects and Databases 2000, LNCS 1944, pp. 32–46, 2001. c Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2001 Parametric Polymorphism and Orthogonal Persistence 33 The subtlety of the problem of parametric polymorphism in persistent environments comes from the fact that a parametric class is not a Java type. Only classes obtained from a parametric class are types. Orthogonal persistence guarantees that objects of any type may be persistent. But this does not apply to parametric classes, which are in fact patterns for constructing classes.

Parametric classes come with non-trivial subtleties even in the paradigm of orthogonal persistence. Orthogonal persistence guarantees that objects of any type, including class objects, may persist. But a parametric class is not a Java type, and its class object does not exist. Further subtleties in the Java technology extended with orthogonal persistence are caused by the existence of both the persistent store and Java class files. Neither store was designed with parametric classes in mind. This paper presents a technique for implementing parametric classes in the Java technology extended with orthogonal persistence.

We also know that they are not rival approaches, but are potentially complimentary with orthogonal persistence. We may conclude, as our act of faith, that future languages should be orthogonally persistent, and should automate mappings, disk management, transactions and recovery, just as those languages should have main-memory management and multi-threading. But we have to develop a much better way of communicating this. 6 Investigating Large-Scale Phenomena The analysis of the previous section raises many questions, here we only consider one — the challenge of conducting large-scale and long-term investigations.

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