Capability-Based Computer Systems
by Henry M. Levy
Publisher: Digital Press 1984
Number of pages: 220
This book is an introduction, a survey, a history, and an evaluation of capability- and object-based computer systems. The book was published in 1984. It is still the most thorough survey and description of early capability-based and object-based hardware and software systems.
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