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It is simply called persistence. You nailed it: you want to be able to store information (for example after intensive computations) in a way that survives the lifetime of the current JVM process. In that sense serialization is a (poor) version of database storage. But of course, that comment is correct: this does not prevent the creation of objects. It is a mechanism to resurrect previous state into "new" objects.
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