ECOOP '91 European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming: Geneva, Switzerland, July 15-19, 1991. Proceedings by Pierre AmericaECOOP '91 European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming: Geneva, Switzerland, July 15-19, 1991. Proceedings by Pierre America

ECOOP '91 European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming: Geneva, Switzerland, July 15-19, 1991…

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Paperback | July 3, 1991

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ECOOP '91 is the fifth annual European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming. From their beginning, the ECOOP conferences have been very successful as a forum of high scientific quality where the newest devel- opments connected to object-oriented programming and related areas could be presented and discussed. Over the last few years object-oriented technology has gained widespread use and considerable popularity. In parallel with this, the field has matured scientifically, but there is still a lot of room for new ideas and for hot debates over fundamental issues, as these proceedings show. The 22 papers in this volume were selected by the programme committee from 129 submissions. Important issues discussed in the contributions are language design, specification, databases, concurrency types and software development.
Title:ECOOP '91 European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming: Geneva, Switzerland, July 15-19, 1991…Format:PaperbackDimensions:408 pages, 9.17 × 6.1 × 0 inPublished:July 3, 1991Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Modeling the C++ object model.- Optimizing dynamically-typed object-oriented languages with polymorphic inline caches.- An object-oriented logic language for modular system specification.- Capsules and types in Fresco.- Schema modifications in the LISPO2 persistent object-oriented language.- The design of an Integrity Consistency Checker (ICC) for an object oriented database system.- Synchronizing Actions.- An object calculus for asynchronous communication.- Definition of reusable concurrent software components.- Inheritance in object oriented Z.- OOZE: An Object Oriented Z Environment.- Issues in the design and implementation of a schema designer for an OODBMS.- Object integrity using rules.- Hybrid group reflective architecture for object-oriented concurrent reflective programming.- Implementational reflection in Silica.- Exceptions in Guide, an object-oriented language for distributed applications.- Representation of complex objects: Multiple facets with part-whole hierarchies.- Multi-methods in a statically-typed programming language.- What is type-safe code reuse?.- Implementation techniques for integral version management.- Object-oriented analysis and top-down software development.- Incremental class dictionary learning and optimization.