2 edition of OOPSLA "92 found in the catalog.
|Statement||editors: Jerry L. Archibald, Mark C. Wilkes ; sponsored by the Association for Computing Machinery"s Special Interest Group on Programming Languages.|
|Series||OOPS messenger -- vol.4, no.2, April 1993|
|Contributions||Archibald, Jerry L., Wilkes, Mark C., Association for Computing Machinery. Special Interest Group on Programming Languages., Conference on object-oriented programming systems, languages and applications, (7th : 1992 : Vancouver, Canada)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 320p. :|
|Number of Pages||320|
S. Van den Enden, E. Van Hoeymissen, G. Neven, and P. Verbaeten, "A Case Study in Application Integration," in OOPSLA Business Object and Component Workshop. 15th Annual Conference on Object-Oriented Programming Systems, Languages, and Applications, Minneapolis, And here lies the key to defining what flows through a software value stream. If what customers are pulling are new features and defect fixes, those must form part of that flow. If we consider feature additions and defect fixes as the units of production—that is, the flow items —we can characterize work across all the people and teams in a.
IN AN OBJECT-ORIENTED LANGUAGE Bertrand Meyer1 ABSTRACT Static typing, also known as strong typing, has a long and rich history in programming languages. Object-oriented technology makes typing even more interesting for two reasons: l Basic object-oriented mechanisms (classes, inheritance, dynamic binding). Our design is based on the fact that most objects in a typical Smalltalk image are small instances of a relatively small number of classes. The 5-bit compact class index field, if non-zero, is an index into a table of up to 31 classes that are designated as having compact instances; the programmer can change which classes these are.
Welcome to the ACM SIGPLAN International Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages, and Applications (OOPSLA'17) submissions site. This is not a book of methodology. It will not guide your entire develop-ment process. You can use it with your existing process, whether you invented it or it came out of a book. This book is about making code that works for you. This is not a book of philosophy. If you want to understand what makes.
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OOPSLA was the incubator for CRC cards, CLOS, design patterns, Self, the agile methodologies, service-oriented architectures, wikis, Unified Modeling Language (UML), test driven design (TDD), refactoring, Java, dynamic compilation, and aspect-oriented programming, to name just some of them.
Never only about objects but never straying far from. 35 rows OOPSLA (Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages & Applications) is an annual Discipline: Object-oriented programming. Get this from a library.
Advanced software development workstation: OOPSLA 92 conference trip report. [Michel Izygon; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Conference on Object-Oriented Programming Systems, Languages, and Applications (OOPSLA'92), Seventh Annual Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, October, Proceedings.
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Welcome to OOPSLAconvening October 24 through 28 in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia. As past participants can attest, OOPSLA is the premier gathering of OOPSLA 92 book from industry and academia—practitioners, researchers, students, and educators—all sharing their experiences with object technology and its date: 28 Oct, OOPSLA seeks outstanding contributions on all aspects of programming languages and software engineering.
Papers may target any stage of software development, including requirements, modeling, prototyping, design, implementation, generation, analysis, verification, testing, evaluation, maintenance, and reuse of software systems.
Contributions may include the development of new tools (such as. Business Object Design and Implementation: OOPSLA'95 Workshop Proceedings. Springer-Verlag, Papers published by Springer-Verlag New papers. 22 Jan 96 The OMG Business Object Facility and the OMG Business Object - Oliver Sims, SSA Object Technology.
This is a good summary of OMG BOMSIG RFP4 issues. OOPSLA ' conference proceedings on Object-oriented programming systems, languages, and applications.
Previous Next. Abstract. No abstract available. Select All. Export Citations Save to Binder. ARTICLE. Free Interfaces and specifications for the Smalltalk collection classes.
Richard Gabriel was on the OOPSLA'89 and '93 program committees and has reviewed over OOPSLA submissions. William Cook was on the OOPSLA'90, '91, '92, and '93 program committees. Rebecca Wirfs-Brock was the OOPSLA'92 program chair. The process of Object-Oriented design, a postscript paper that appeared in OOPSLA Aliasing, a paper that appeared in OOPS Messenger, Also, postscript version.
Formal methods in OO, a postscript panel paper that appeared in OOPSLA Bergmans, L, Aksit, M & Bosch, JComposition Filters: Extended Expressiveness for OOPLs. in Workshop Object-Oriented Programming Languages: the Next Generation: Workshop OOPSLA' Vancouver, 7th Annual Conference on Object-Oriented Programming Systems, Languages, and Applications, OOPSLAVancouver, Canada, 18/10/Cited by: 5.
OOPSLA ' conference proceedings on Object-oriented programming systems, languages, and applications The object-oriented implementation of a document editor Pages – This is the book I wish I'd had when I started developing software.
At the time, there were books on languages and books on object-oriented programming, but few books on g the features of the Java or C++ language does not mean you can design a good object-oriented system, nor does knowing the Unified Modeling Language (UML) mean you can design a good system architecture/5(24).
Design Patterns Revisited is being organized by four veteran fixtures of both the OOPSLA and Patterns communities. Oddly enough, their geographic distribution uncannily echoes that of the Gang-of-Four: a Champaign-Urbana person, an Antipodean, a Swiss, and a denizen of IBM Research.
SPLASH has its roots in OOPSLA, a long-standing research conference in Object-Oriented Programming. OOPSLA. In a group of 4 pioneers in object-oriented programming decided to plan and organize a North American conference on object-oriented programming systems. The group was Adele Goldberg, Tom Love, David Smith, and Allen Wirfs-Brock, and.
Chapter Refactoring, Reuse, and Reality. by William Opdyke. Martin Fowler and I first met in Vancouver during OOPSLA A few months earlier, I had completed my doctoral dissertation on refactoring object-oriented frameworks 1 at the University of Illinois. While I was considering continuing my research into refactoring, I was also exploring other options, such as medical informatics.
G. Kiczales and J. Lamping. Issues in the Design and Documentation of Class Libraries. In Proceedings of the OOPSLA’92 Conference, ACM Sigplan Notices Vol. 27(10), pp–, ACM Press Google ScholarCited by: Brent Hailpern is a computer scientist and manager at IBM Research.
Canada) and was chair of SIGPLAN's OOPSLA '99 Conference (Denver, Colorado). He is currently the co-Chair of SIGPLAN's History of Programming Languages Conference (HOPL-III). He was a member of the program committees for the SIGPLAN '92 PLDI Conference, the Second ACM Education: University of Denver, Stanford University.
B.A. Myers, D.A. Guise, and B. Vander Zanden. Declarative programming in a prototype-instance system: object-oriented programming without writing methods.
In OOPSLA '92, pages –, Google ScholarCited by: 3.Introduction and credits. A certain amount of debate has already swirled around the issues raised - and the details not given - in the position paper, The emperor's new clothes -- an outsider's perspective, that I have submitted to the OOPSLA'96 Workshop "Business Object Design and Implementation II", chaired by Jeff Sutherland.
I thank every one of you who have been involved in various ways.By OOPSLA '92, Ralph had joined the group. We worked hard to make the catalog fit for publication at ECOOP '93, but soon we realized that a page paper was not going to be accepted.
So we summarized the catalog and submitted the summary, which was accepted. We decided to turn the catalog into a book shortly thereafter.