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This volume contains the reports from the workshopsheld at the 21st European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming – ECOOP 2007 – at Technische Universit¨ atBerlin.Nineteenworkshopswereheldinthecourseofthis conference onJuly30andJuly31,2007,coveringalargespectrumofhotresearchtopics.As in previouseditions of ECOOP,numerousscientists fromacademia andindustry tookthechancetopresentinnovativeandtopicalideasinanenvironmento?ering optimal conditions for exciting discussions and fruitful interactions. The Workshop Reader which contains the reports from the workshops has beenasubstantialpartoftheECOOPconferenceformorethan10years.During the pre-conference phase the workshop organizers are invited to author a report about their workshops where they have the opportunity to describe the state of the art,the discussionsandthe trends inthe ?elds oftheirworkshop.Inaddition some of the organizational aspects may be discussed. This volume collects 19 reports from high-quality workshops whose topics were related to selected aspects in the ?eld of object-oriented programming and technology. Following the example of previous workshop readers we introduced some notions in order to establish thematic clusters. These notions are (1) P- gramming Languages, (2) Aspects, (3) Formal Techniques, Roles, Components, (4) Software Engineering, and (5) Applications. Three months after the conference we are now able to present the reports which describe the state of the art, the discussions and the relevant trends in the research ?elds addressed by the workshops. In sum, each of these reports thus contributes to a panoptic overview of the current tendencies in the lively ?eld of object-oriented programming and technology. Readers from academia and industry who want to be informed about the current developments in this research area thus can highly pro?t from this volume.
Programming Languages.- Lisp.- Dynamic Languages and Applications.- Multiparadigm Programming in Object-Oriented Languages: Current Research.- Equation-Based Object-Oriented Languages and Tools Report on the Workshop EOOLT 2007 at ECOOP 2007.- Aliasing, Confinement, and Ownership in Object-Oriented Programming.- Implementation, Compilation, Optimization of Object-Oriented Languages, Programs and Systems.- Aspects.- Models and Aspects - Handling Crosscutting Concerns in MDSD.- Aspects, Dependencies and Interactions.- Enabling Software Evolution Via AOP and Reflection.- Formal Techniques, Roles, Components.- Formal Techniques for Java-Like Programs.- Roles and Relationships in Object-Oriented Programming, Multiagent Systems and Ontologies.- Component-Oriented Programming.- Software Engineering.- Model-Driven Software Adaptation.- Object-Oriented Reengineering.- Practical Approaches for Software Adaptation.- Quantitative Approaches in Object-Oriented Software Engineering.- Applications.- Object Technology for Ambient Intelligence and Pervasive Computing.- Pedagogies and Tools for the Teaching and Learning of Object Oriented Concepts.- Refactoring Tools.