ECOOP’98 — Object-Oriented Programming

12th European Conference Brussels, Belgium, July 20–24, 1998 Proceedings

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ISBN: 978-3-540-64737-9 (Print) 978-3-540-69064-1 (Online)

Table of contents (26 chapters)

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    Mobile objects and mobile agents: The future of distributed computing?

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    Pages 13-40

    The M.A.D. experience: Multiperspective application development in evolutionary prototyping

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    Pages 41-66

    Extending the ODMG object model with time

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    Pages 67-90

    Modelica — A unified object-oriented language for system modeling and simulation

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    Pages 91-113

    Synthesizing object-oriented and functional design to promote re-use

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    Pages 114-134

    Precise visual specification of design patterns

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    Pages 135-157

    Framework design for end-to-end optimization

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    Pages 158-185

    Flexible alias protection

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    Pages 186-211

    Predicate dispatching: A unified theory of dispatch

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    Pages 212-233

    Orthogonal to the Java imperative

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    Pages 234-259

    Modelling a distributed cached store for garbage collection: The algorithm and its correctness proof

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    Pages 260-284

    Cyclic distributed garbage collection with group merger

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    Pages 285-306

    Experiences developing a virtual shared memory system using high-level object paradigms

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    Pages 307-329

    Binary component adaptation

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    Pages 330-354

    Object-oriented architectural support for a Java processor

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    Pages 355-382

    A study of the fragile base class problem

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    Pages 383-395

    Providing orthogonal persistence for Java

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    Pages 396-417

    Wrappers to the rescue

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    Pages 418-439

    Design and partial evaluation of meta-objects for a concurrent reflective language

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    Pages 440-461

    Reflection for statically typed languages

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