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Ecoop '88 European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming : Oslo, Norway, August 15-17, 1988. Proceedings - Kristen Nygaard

Ecoop '88 European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming

Oslo, Norway, August 15-17, 1988. Proceedings

Paperback Published: 19th July 1988
ISBN: 9783540500537
Number Of Pages: 414

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The field of Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) has attracted increasing attention during the last few years. OOP is now recognized as an important tool for making better and more flexible information systems. This book is the proceedings of the second European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming (ECOOP '88) that was held in Oslo, Norway, from August 15 to 17, 1988. The objectives of ECOOP '88 were to present the best international work in the field of OOP to interested persons from industry and academia, and to be a forum for the exchange of ideas and the growth of professional relationships. Each of the 103 papers submitted was subject to a thorough refereeing process. The 22 papers selected are collected in these proceedings together with one invited paper. These 23 papers from 13 different countries comprise the currently best international work in the field of OOP. The contents of the papers include areas such as: Theory, Languages, Didactics, Implementation, Applications, Concurrency and Databases. The interest in object-oriented programming is rapidly increasing, especially within the areas of Concurrency and Databases. With its 5 papers on concurrency and 7 papers on databases, the proceedings contain important new material on these subjects. This book is a must for persons who want to keep themselves up to date in the field of OOP.

What Object-Oiented Programming May Be - and What It Does Not Have to Bep. 1
Teaching Object-Oriented Programming Is More Than Teaching Object-Oriented Programming Languagesp. 21
The Mj0mer Environment: Direct Interaction with Abstractionsp. 41
Inheritance as an Incremental Modification Mechanism or What Like Is and Isn't Likep. 55
GSBL: An Algebraic Specification Language Based on Inheritancep. 78
Name Collision in Multiple Classification Hierarchiesp. 93
Relexive Architecture: From ObjVLisp to CLOSp. 110
Nesting in an Object-Oriented Language is NOT for the Birdsp. 128
An Object-Oriented Exception Handling System for an Object-Oriented Languagep. 146
On the Darker Side of C++p. 162
Prototyping an Interactive Electronic Book System Using an Object-Oriented Approachp. 177
SCOOP, Structured Concurrent Object-Oriented Prologp. 191
The Implementation of a Distributed Smalltalkp. 212
Implementing Concurrency Control in Reliable Distibuted Object-Oriented Systemsp. 233
An Implementation of an Operating System Kernel Using Concurrent Object-Oriented Language ABCL/c+p. 250
Debugging Concurrent Systems Based on Object Groupsp. 267
Fitting Round Objects Into Square Databases (invited paper)p. 283
Database Concepts Discussed in an Object-Oiented Perspectivep. 300
Object-Oriented Programming and Computeised Shared Mateialp. 319
Asynchronous Data Retrieval from an Object-Oiented Databasep. 335
An Overview of OOPS+, An Object-Oriented Database Programming Languagep. 350
PCLOS: A Flexible Implementation of CLOS Persistencep. 374
A Shared, Persistent Object Storep. 390
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ISBN: 9783540500537
ISBN-10: 3540500537
Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 414
Published: 19th July 1988
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.18
Weight (kg): 0.59