Lecture Notes in Computer Science

ECOOP '93 - Object-Oriented Programming

7th European Conference, Kaiserslautern, Germany, July 26-30, 1993. Proceedings

Editors: Nierstrasz, Oscar (Ed.)

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It is now more than twenty-five years since object-oriented programming was “inve- ed” (actually, more than thirty years since work on Simula started), but, by all accounts, it would appear as if object-oriented technology has only been “discovered” in the past ten years! When the first European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming was held in Paris in 1987, I think it was generally assumed that Object-Oriented Progr- ming, like Structured Programming, would quickly enter the vernacular, and that a c- ference on the subject would rapidly become superfluous. On the contrary, the range and impact of object-oriented approaches and methods continues to expand, and, - spite the inevitable oversell and hype, object-oriented technology has reached a level of scientific maturity that few could have foreseen ten years ago. Object-oriented technology also cuts across scientific cultural boundaries like p- haps no other field of computer science, as object-oriented concepts can be applied to virtually all the other areas and affect virtually all aspects of the software life cycle. (So, in retrospect, emphasizing just Programming in the name of the conference was perhaps somewhat short-sighted, but at least the acronym is pronounceable and easy to rem- ber!) This year’s ECOOP attracted 146 submissions from around the world - making the selection process even tougher than usual. The selected papers range in topic from programming language and database issues to analysis and design and reuse, and from experience reports to theoretical contributions.

Table of contents (26 chapters)

Table of contents (26 chapters)
  • Intimate Computing and the Memory Prosthesis: A Challenge for Computer Systems Research?

    Lamming, Michael G.

    Pages 1-3

  • Active Programming Strategies in Reuse

    Rosson, Mary Beth (et al.)

    Pages 4-20

  • Frameworks in the Financial Engineering Domain An Experience Report

    Birrer, Andreas (et al.)

    Pages 21-35

  • Integrating Independently-Developed Components in Object-Oriented Languages

    Hölzle, Urs

    Pages 36-56

  • Encapsulating Plurality

    Black, Dr Andrew P. (et al.)

    Pages 57-79

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Bibliographic Information

Bibliographic Information
Book Title
ECOOP '93 - Object-Oriented Programming
Book Subtitle
7th European Conference, Kaiserslautern, Germany, July 26-30, 1993. Proceedings
Editors
  • Oscar Nierstrasz
Series Title
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Series Volume
707
Copyright
1993
Publisher
Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg
Copyright Holder
Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg
eBook ISBN
978-3-540-47910-9
DOI
10.1007/3-540-47910-4
Softcover ISBN
978-3-540-57120-9
Series ISSN
0302-9743
Edition Number
1
Number of Pages
XII, 540
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