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The Oz-E Project: Design Guidelines for a Secure Multiparadigm Programming Language

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The Oz-E Project: Design Guidelines for a Secure Multiparadigm Programming Language
Abstract. The design and implementation of a capability secure multiparadigm language should be guided from its conception by proven principles of secure language design. In this position paper we present the Oz-E project, aimed at building an Oz-like secure language, named in tribute of E [MMF00] and its designers and users who contributed greatly to the ideas presented here. We synthesize the principles for secure language design from the experiences with the capability-secure languages E and the W7-kernel for Scheme 48 [Ree96]. These principles will be used as primary guidelines during the project. We propose a layered structure for Oz-E and discuss some important security concerns, without aiming for completeness at this early stage.
Fred Spiessens, Peter Van Roy
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where MOZ
Authors Fred Spiessens, Peter Van Roy
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