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Capability Based Computer Systems

Capability Based Computer Systems

This book is an introduction, a survey, a history,and an evaluation of capability-and object-based computer systems.This book explains the following topics: Capability- and Object-Based System Concepts, Early Descriptor Architectures, Early Capability Architectures, The Plessey System, The Cambridge CAP Computer, The Hydra System, The StarOS System, The IBM System/38, The Intel iAPX 432 and Issues in Capability-Based Architectures.

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