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Although such a model is clearly of no use if it is not possible to implement, we do not discuss issues of implementation further in this context. One unfortunate effect of the two-namespace model is to lose the nice property of context-free name resolution within the persistent system, as the resolution of local filenames depends upon the physical location in which the application is executing. One of the major perceived advantages of closed-world persistent systems is that the semantics of an application is entirely independent of its physical context, depending only on how the persistent store is populated.

3 Reliability Security attacks are not the only threats that agencies will face. Site or communication failures may arise in the Internet as well as in traditional environments. In our example, without agencies, clients and vendors must implement their own recovery protocols, which is a heavy duty, especially for the client, whose profile is a personal computer onto which implementing an efficient recovery protocol is more than hazardous. Futhermore, clients are accessing the Internet via an Internet Service Provider (ISP) with a dial-up modem.

The typing of a denotation as refr( t ) gives no guarantee whatsoever about the type of the value referred to, and in this sense contains no static type information whatever. However a value of such a type has the specialisation operation to t defined over it, and before type-specific computation can take place the type must undergo an explicit dynamic check. If the check succeeds then the value is cached at that time and can be subsequently relied upon during the computation.

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