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ECOOP '95 - Object-Oriented Programming By Volume editor Walter Olthoff

ECOOP '95 - Object-Oriented Programming by Volume editor Walter Olthoff

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This text presents the proceedings of the 9th European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, held in Denmark, in August 1995. Sections on types, programming languages, reflective programming and verification, and implementation are included in the discussion.

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ECOOP '95 - Object-Oriented Programming: 9th European Conference, Aarhus, Denmark, August 7 - 11, 1995. Proceedings by Volume editor Walter Olthoff

For the ninth time now, the European Conference on Object-Oriented P- gramming provides a mid-summer gathering place for researchers, practitioners, students and newcomers in the field of object technology. Despite fierce c- petition from an increasing number of attractive conferences on object-related topics, ECOOP has successfully positioned itself as the premier European - ject technology conference. One reason is without doubt the composition of the conference week and the nature of its events. Running in parallel on the first two days, a comprehensive tutorial program and a very selective workshop program are offered to attendees. This is followed by a three-day technical p- gram organized in a single track providing a highly communicative atmosphere of scientific exchange and learning. Overlapping with these events are a two-day industrial exhibition and a two-day opportunity for non-industrial system dev- opers to demonstrate their software. Thus, ECOOP is not just a conference on programming but an event touching on the full spectrum of object technology. This volume constitutes the proceedings of the Ninth European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, ECOOP, held in Aarhus, Denmark, August 7-11, 1995. Previous ECOOP conferences were held in Paris (France), Oslo (Norway), Nottingham (England), Ottawa (Canada, jointly with OOPSLA) , Geneva (Switzerland), Utrecht (the Netherlands) , Kaiserslautern (Germany) , and Bologna (Italy). Object technology continues to increase its impact on the corporate world.

Table of Contents

Keynote Address.- Experiences on The Road to Object Utopia.- Types.- The Cartesian Product Algorithm.- PolyTOIL: A Type-Safe Polymorphic Object-Oriented Language.- Object Imaging.- Programming Lauguages.- Optimization of Object-Oriented Programs Using Static Class Hierarchy Analysis.- Objects with Multiple Most Specific Classes.- A Marriage of Class- and Object-Based Inheritance Without Unwanted Children.- Invited Talk.- On Subtyping and Matching.- Reflective Programming / Verification.- Using Metaobject Protocols to Implement Atomic Data Types.- Meta-level Programming with CodA.- An Object-Oriented Framework for the Formal Verification of Processors.- Implementation.- Incremental Mature Garbage Collection Using the Train Algorithm.- Message Dispatch on Pipelined Processors.- Do Object-Oriented Languages Need Special Hardware Support?.- Invited Talk.- Programming as an Experience: The Inspiration for Self.- Concurrency / Specification.- Time and Asynchrony in Interactions among Distributed Real-Time Objects.- Object Protocols as Functional Parsers.- Interface-Based Protocol Specification of Open Systems using PSL.- Distribution / Interfaces.- Experience Using Design Patterns to Evolve Communication Software Across Diverse OS Platforms.- Sharing Properties in a Uniform Object Space.- ChyPro: A Hypermedia Programming Environment for Smalltalk-80.

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ECOOP '95 - Object-Oriented Programming: 9th European Conference, Aarhus, Denmark, August 7 - 11, 1995. Proceedings by Volume editor Walter Olthoff
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