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Security and Protection in Timor Programs

By: J. Leslie Keedy, Klaus Espenlaub, Christian Heinlein, Gisela Menger

Abstract

A key issue in any persistent system is the protection from misuse of information stored in persistent objects. This is especially true for Timor, as one purpose of the language is to provide an environment which allows database systems to be supported in an object oriented and component oriented manner. Hence Timor provides a number of protection mechanisms which are not present in other programming language designs.

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J. Leslie Keedy, Klaus Espenlaub, Christian Heinlein, Gisela Menger, “Security and Protection in Timor Programs”, Journal of Object Technology, Volume 7, no. 4 (May 2008), pp. 123-138, doi:10.5381/jot.2008.7.4.a3.

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