Modular Programming Languages: Joint Modular Languages Conference, JMLC 2003, Klagenfurt, Austria, August 25-27, 2003, Proceedings by Lászl BöszModular Programming Languages: Joint Modular Languages Conference, JMLC 2003, Klagenfurt, Austria, August 25-27, 2003, Proceedings by Lászl Bösz

Modular Programming Languages: Joint Modular Languages Conference, JMLC 2003, Klagenfurt, Austria…

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The mission of JMLC is to explore the concepts of well-structured rogramming languages and software, and those of teaching good design and programming style. A special interest is the construction of large and distributed software systems. JMLC - in the future it may be renamed to PMLC (Programming Methodology and Languages) - has already a long tradition; earlier confer- ces were held in 1987 (Bled, Slovenia), 1990 (Loughborough, UK), 1994 (Ulm, Germany), 1997 (Linz, Austria) and 2000 (Zuric ¨ h, Switzerland). JMLC 2003 attracted 47 papers from 10 countries (Australia, Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Switzerland, Russia, UK, USA). Each paper was reviewed by three representatives of the international program committee. Seventeen papers were accepted as full and 10 further papers as short contri- tions. In a second, simpli?ed reviewing process the editors of this proceedings checked that all authors had accounted for the detailed comments of the rev- wers. In addition to the regular program, JMLC 2003 invited ?ve distinguished speakers: Niklaus Wirth (ETH Zuric ¨ h), Michael Franz (UCI, Irvine), Jayadev Misra (UT, Austin), C.A.R. Hoare (Microsoft Research and Oxford University) and Jim Miller (Microsoft Corporation), the latter two in common with the co-located EuroPar 2003 conference. JMLC 2003 invited four tutorials: On .NET (Hanspeter M¨ ossenb¨ ock, Wo- gang Beer, Dietrich Birngruber and Albrecht W¨ oß, University Linz and Tech- Talk);C# (JudithBishop,UniversityofPretoriaandNigelHorspool,University of Victoria); and Design by Contract and the Ei?el Method and Trusted Com- nentsandAttemptsatProofs (BertrandMeyer,ETHZuric ¨ handEi?elSoftware).
Title:Modular Programming Languages: Joint Modular Languages Conference, JMLC 2003, Klagenfurt, Austria…Format:PaperbackDimensions:278 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.01 inPublished:August 13, 2003Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Invited Talks.- The Essence of Programming Languages.- Safe Code - It's Not Just for Applets Anymore.- Computing with Distributed Resources.- The Verifying Compiler: A Grand Challenge for Computing Research.- Evolving a Multi-language Object-Oriented Framework: Lessons from .NET.- Architectural Concepts and Education.- The KITE Application Server Architecture.- Compiler Support for Reference Tracking in a Type-Safe DSM.- Caste: A Step Beyond Object Orientation.- Distributed XML Objects.- Programming Education: A Russian Perspective.- Component Architectures.- Towards an Adaptive Distributed Multimedia Streaming Server Architecture Based on Service-Oriented Components.- A Layered Type System for Re-entrance Control.- A Practical Approach to Software Portability Based on Strong Typing and Architectural Stratification.- Object Life-Cycle Management in a Highly Flexible Middleware System.- Fighting Class Name Clashes in Java Component Systems.- Language Concepts.- Real-Time Systems Development Using Hierarchical State Machines.- Classboxes: A Minimal Module Model Supporting Local Rebinding.- Zonnon for .NET - A Language and Compiler Experiment.- Safely Extending Procedure Types to Allow Nested Procedures as Values.- Frameworks and Design Principles.- Leveraging Managed Frameworks from Modular Languages.- Systems - Components + Languages: Building a Flexible Real-Time Simulation and Test Environment.- Event Library: An Object-Oriented Library for Event-Driven Design.- Controlling Access to Distributed Object Frameworks.- Architectural Aspects of a Thread-Safe Graphical Component System Based on Aos.- Compilers and Tools.- LL(1) Conflict Resolution in a Recursive Descent Compiler Generator.- Graph Coloring vs. Optimal Register Allocation for Optimizing Compilers.- A Source-To-Source Architecture for User-Defined Optimizations.- An Oberon Linker for an Imperfect World - More Notes on Building Your Own Tools.- Formal Aspects and Reflective Programming.- Language Definition in the Schütz Semantic Editor.- Demand-Driven Specification Partitioning.- Source-to-Source Transformation in the Large.- Metaprogramming Library for the C# Programming Language.