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ECOOP 98 Object Oriented Programming

Author : Eric Jul
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 12th European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, ECOOP'98, held in Brussels, Belgium, in July 1998. The book presents 24 revised full technical papers selected for inclusion from a total of 124 submissions; also presented are two invited papers. The papers are organized in topical sections on modelling ideas and experiences; design patterns and frameworks; language problems and solutions; distributed memory systems; reuse, adaption and hardware support; reflection; extensible objects and types; and mixins, inheritance and type analysis complexity.

Object Oriented Technology ECOOP 98 Workshop Reader

Author : Serge Demeyer
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At the time of writing (mid-October 1998) we can look back at what has been a very successful ECOOP’98. Despite the time of the year – in the middle of what is traditionally regarded as a holiday period – ECOOP'98 was a record breaker in terms of number of participants. Over 700 persons found their way to the campus of the Brussels Free University to participate in a wide range of activities. This 3rd ECOOP workshop reader reports on many of these activities. It contains a careful selection of the input and a cautious summary of the outcome for the numerous discussions that happened during the workshops, demonstrations and posters. As such, this book serves as an excellent snapshot of the state of the art in the field of object oriented programming. About the diversity of the submissions A workshop reader is, by its very nature, quite diverse in the topics covered as well as in the form of its contributions. This reader is not an exception to this rule: as editors we have given the respective organizers much freedom in their choice of presentation because we feel form follows content. This explains the diversity in the types of reports as well as in their lay out.

ECOOP 2000 Object Oriented Programming

Author : Elisa Bertino
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Following a 13-year tradition of excellence, the 14th ECOOP conference repeated the success of its predecessors. This excellence is certainly due to the level of maturity that object-oriented technology has reached, which warrants its use as a key paradigm in any computerized system. The principles of the object-oriented paradigm and the features of systems, languages, tools, and methodologies based on it are a source of research ideas and solutions to many in all areas of computer science. ECOOP 2000 showed a thriving eld characterized by success on the practical side and at the same time by continuous scienti c growth. Firmly established as a leading forum in the object-oriented arena, ECOOP 2000 received 109 high quality submissions. After a thorough review process, the program committee selected 20 papers, which well re?ect relevant trends in object-oriented research: object modeling, type theory, distribution and coo- ration, advanced tools, programming languages. The program committee, c- sisting of 31 distinguished researchers in object-orientation, met in Milan, Italy, to select the papers for inclusion in the technical program of the conference.

ECOOP 99 Object Oriented Programming

Author : Rachid Guerraoui
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\My tailor is Object-Oriented". Most software systems that have been built - cently are claimed to be Object-Oriented. Even older software systems that are still in commercial use have been upgraded with some OO ?avors. The range of areas where OO can be viewed as a \must-have" feature seems to be as large as the number of elds in computer science. If we stick to one of the original views of OO, that is, to create cost-e ective software solutions through modeling ph- ical abstractions, the application of OO to any eld of computer science does indeed make sense. There are OO programming languages, OO operating s- tems, OO databases, OO speci cations, OO methodologies, etc. So what does a conference on Object-Oriented Programming really mean? I honestly don’t know. What I do know is that, since its creation in 1987, ECOOP has been attracting a large number of contributions, and ECOOP conferences have ended up with high-quality technical programs, featuring interesting mixtures of theory and practice. Among the 183 initial submissions to ECOOP’99, 20 papers were selected for inclusion in the technical program of the conference. Every paper was reviewed by three to ve referees. The selection of papers was carried out during a t- day program committee meeting at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne. Papers were judged according to their originality, presentation qu- ity, and relevance to the conference topics.

ECOOP 2001 Object Oriented Programming

Author : Jorgen Lindskov Knudsen
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 15th European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, ECOOP 2001, held in Budapest, Hungary, in June 2001. The 18 revised full papers presented together with one invited paper were carefully reviewed and selected from 108 submissions. The book is organized in topical sections on sharing and encapsulation, type inference and static analysis, language design, implementation techniques, reflection and concurrency, and testing and design.

ECOOP 2002 Object Oriented Programming

Author : Boris Magnusson
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 16th European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, ECOOP 2002, held in Malaga, Spain, in June 2002. The 24 revised full papers presented together with one full invited paper were carefully reviewed and selected from 96 submissions. The book offers topical sections on aspect-oriented software development, Java virtual machines, distributed systems, patterns and architectures, languages, optimization, theory and formal techniques, and miscellaneous.

Object Oriented Technology ECOOP 2000 Workshop Reader

Author : Jacques Malenfant
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This book documents the satellite events run around the 14th European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, ECOOP 2000 in Cannes and Sophia Antipolis in June 2000. The book presents 18 high-quality value-adding workshop reports, one panel transcription, and 15 posters. All in all, the book offers a comprehensive and thought-provoking snapshot of the current research in object-orientation. The wealth of information provided spans the whole range of object technology, ranging from theoretical and foundational issues to applications in various domains.

ECOOP 98 Object Oriented Programming

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Software Reuse Advances in Software Reusability

Author : William B. Frakes
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Software Reuse, ICSR-6, held in Vienna, Austria, in June 2000. The 26 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The book is divided into topical sections on generative reuse and formal description languages, object-oriented methods, product line architectures, requirements reuse and business modeling, components and libraries, and design patterns.

Middleware 98

Author : Nigel Davies
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Welcome to Middleware'98 and to one of England's most beautiful regions. In recent years the distributed systems community has witnessed a growth in the number of conferences, leading to difficulties in tracking the literature and a consequent loss of awareness of work done by others in this important field. The aim of Middleware'98 is to synthesise many of the smaller workshops and conferences in this area, bringing together research communities which were becoming fragmented. The conference has been designed to maximise the experience for attendees. This is reflected in the choice of a resort venue (rather than a big city) to ensure a strong focus on interaction with other distributed systems researchers. The programme format incorporates a question-and-answer panel in each session, enabling significant issues to be discussed in the context of related papers and presentations. The invited speakers and tutorials are intended to not only inform the attendees, but also to stimulate discussion and debate.