ECOOP ’96 — Object-Oriented Programming

10th European Conference Linz, Austria, July 8–12, 1996 Proceedings


ISBN: 978-3-540-61439-5 (Print) 978-3-540-68570-8 (Online)

Table of contents (23 chapters)

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  1. Book Chapter

    Pages 1-1

    Measurement strategies

  2. Book Chapter

    Pages 2-2

    Will Europe ever produce and sell objects?

  3. Book Chapter

    Pages 3-25

    Type-safe compilation of covariant specialization: A practical case

  4. Book Chapter

    Pages 26-47

    Integrating subtyping, matching and type quantification: A practical perspective

  5. Book Chapter

    Pages 48-72

    Typed object-oriented functional programming with late binding

  6. Book Chapter

    Pages 73-90

    Large scale object-oriented software-development in a banking environment

  7. Book Chapter

    Pages 91-113

    An application framework for module composition tools

  8. Book Chapter

    Pages 114-141

    Automatic generation of user interfaces from data structure specifications and object-oriented application models

  9. Book Chapter

    Pages 142-166

    Eliminating virtual function calls in C++ programs

  10. Book Chapter

    Pages 167-188

    Supporting explicit disambiguation of multi-methods

  11. Book Chapter

    Pages 189-209

    Towards alias-free pointers

  12. Book Chapter

    Pages 210-231

    Inheritance and cofree constructions

  13. Book Chapter

    Pages 232-247

    (Objects + concurrency) & reusability — A proposal to circumvent the inheritance anomaly

  14. Book Chapter

    Pages 248-274

    Modeling subobject-based inheritance

  15. Book Chapter

    Pages 275-294

    Parallel operators

  16. Book Chapter

    Pages 295-315

    An implementation method of migratable distributed objects using an RPC technique integrated with virtual memory management

  17. Book Chapter

    Pages 316-343

    Protocol classes for designing reliable distributed environments

  18. Book Chapter

    Pages 344-365

    Dynamic clustering in object databases exploiting effective use of relationships between objects

  19. Book Chapter

    Pages 366-397

    Conceptual design of active object-oriented database applications using multi-level diagrams

  20. Book Chapter

    Pages 398-420

    Bridging the gap between C++ and relational databases

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