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OOIS '96 Vol. XVII : 1996 International Conference on Object Oriented Information Systems, 16-18 December 1996 - D. Patel

OOIS '96 Vol. XVII : 1996 International Conference on Object Oriented Information Systems, 16-18 December 1996

By: D. Patel (Editor), Yuan Sun (Editor), Shushmaben Patel (Editor)

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The papers included in this volume relate to different aspects of object modelling, object oriented software development, object databases and interoperability as well as Java developments on the World Wide Web.

Challenges in Object Oriented Modelling: From Conceptual Modelling to Requirements Engineeringp. 3
Some Problems with Use Cases ... and How to Avoid Themp. 18
CO-IP: An Object Model for OISp. 31
A Theory of Classp. 44
Integrating Adaptive Programming into Existing Object-Oriented Analysis and Design Methods: Do It Yourself Adaptivenessp. 57
An Overview of the OLI Multiparadigm Programming Language and Its Semanticsp. 79
Type-Safe Callbacks with Abstract Partnersp. 93
Minimal Coverage for Relationships in Regression Testing of Object-Oriented Softwarep. 106
Delegating Client Functionality for Optimized Access to Object-Oriented Databasesp. 123
Architectural Issues For Integrating Legacy Systems Using CORBA 2 in the LIOM Projectp. 135
A New Weaker Conflict Relation in Semantics-Based Concurrency Controlp. 152
Attribute Grouping: Emulating Metamodels Without Instantiationp. 169
Relational Database Reverse Engineering: A Knowledge-Based Approachp. 180
Soft Objects Analysis - A Modelling Approach for Analysis of Interdependent Work Practicesp. 195
Using Object-Oriented Techniques to Model the Lifecycle for OO Software Developmentp. 211
Applying an Object Oriented Methodology to a Scientific Problem Solving Systemp. 221
ATOMS: A Methodology for Component Object Oriented Software Development Applied in the Educational Contextp. 226
Roles and Patterns in Analysis, Design and Implementationp. 243
Conflict Resolution Using Derived Classesp. 267
An Integrated Approach to Schema Evolution for Object Databasesp. 280
Modelling Applications in Active Object Oriented Database Management Systemsp. 295
External Schema Generation Algorithms for Object Oriented Databasesp. 317
Database Views with Dynamic Assertionsp. 333
Discrete Event Modelingp. 340
Building CASE Tools for Methods Represented as Abstract Data Typesp. 357
Meta-Modelling and Methodology Support in Object-Oriented CASE Toolsp. 370
Towards a Family of Pattern Languages for Simulation Software Designp. 387
Extending and Universalizing Object Orientation: Living in Cloud CuckOO Land?p. 401
Frameworks and Component-Based-Developmentp. 413
An Object-Oriented Approach to Incremental Delivery of Software Systemsp. 431
A 3d-Visualisation System for Large WWW Based Document Collectionsp. 447
Java - Beyond the Hypep. 463
Integrating Java, Objects, Databases, and the Webp. 473
CICS, IMS and Others Go Web via Business Objectsp. 486
Decision Support Objects on Demand: Opportunities, Problems and Enabling Technologiesp. 494
World Wide Web - Future Usesp. 501
Application Model Trends in Distributed Object Systems (or: Where Was Your Object When You Last Saw It?)p. 506
Author Indexp. 515
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ISBN: 9783540761327
ISBN-10: 3540761322
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 515
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.74
Weight (kg): 0.74