Programming Methodology Group publications by Mark Day

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Subtypes vs. where clauses: Constraining parametric polymorphism
by Mark Day, Robert Gruber, Barbara Liskov, and Andrew C. Meyers.
In ACM Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages, and Applications (OOPSLA), (Austin, TX), Oct. 1995, pp. 156-168.

“References to Remote Mobile Objects in Thor”
by Mark Day, Barbara Liskov, Umesh Maheshwari, and Andrew Myers.
In ACM Letters on Programming Languages and Systems, Mar. 1994.

“The Language-Independent Interface of the Thor Persistent Object System”
by Barbara Liskov, Mark Day, Sanjay Ghemawat, Robert Gruber, Umesh Maheshwari, Andrew Myers, and Liuba Shrira.
Object-Oriented Multidatabase Systems, (O. Bukhres and A. Elmagarmid, eds.), 1994, Prentice-Hall.

“Lockup of a Client Object Cache and How to Avoid It”
by Mark Day.
In 3rd International Workshop on Object-Oriented Operating Systems, (Asheville, North Carolina), Dec. 1993.

“Object Clusters May Be Better Than Pages”
by Mark Day.
In 4th Workshop on Workstation Operating Systems, (Napa, California), Oct. 1993.

“Distributed Object Management in Thor”
by Barbara Liskov, Mark Day, and Liuba Shrira.
Distributed Object Management, (T. Ozsu, U. Dayal, and P. Valduriez, eds.), 1993, pp. 79-91, Morgan Kaufmann.

“Reconfiguration in Argus”
by Toby Bloom and Mark Day.
In Intl. Workshop on Configurable Dist. Systems, (London, England), Mar. 1992, pp. 176-187.

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