ECOOP '87. European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming: Paris, France, June 15-17, 1987. Proceedings

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This volume contains the proceedings of the first European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, held in Paris, June 15-17, 1987. The idea of this annual conference series is to provide a forum for theorists and practitioners interested in the object-oriented programming paradigm. The contributions cover the following aspects of object-oriented programming: methodology, implementation, theory, interfaces, languages, simulation, inheritance.

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Overview

This volume contains the proceedings of the first European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, held in Paris, June 15-17, 1987. The idea of this annual conference series is to provide a forum for theorists and practitioners interested in the object-oriented programming paradigm. The contributions cover the following aspects of object-oriented programming: methodology, implementation, theory, interfaces, languages, simulation, inheritance.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783540183532
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 11/5/1987
  • Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series , #276
  • Edition description: 1987
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 273
  • Product dimensions: 9.21 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

Deltatalk: An Empirically and Aesthetically Motivated Simplification of the Smalltalk-80 Language.- Reversible Object-Oriented Interpreters.- Using Types and Inheritance in Object-Oriented Languages.- Inheritance and Synchronization in Concurrent OOP.- On Including Part Hierarchies in Object-Oriented Languages, with an Implementation in Smalltalk.- What is “Object-Oriented Programming”?.- Object Representation of Scope During Translation.- Dynamic Grouping in an Object-Oriented Virtual Memory Hierarchy.- Traveler: The Apiary Observatory.- Classification of actions or Inheritance also for methods.- Semantics of Smalltalk-80.- The Construction of User Interfaces and the Object Paradigm.- The ZOO Metasystem: A Direct-Manipulation Interface to Object-Oriented Knowledge Bases.- The Filter Browser Defining Interfaces Graphically.- The Common Lisp Object System: An Overview.- Concurrency Features for the Trellis/Owl Language.- Objects as Communicating Prolog Units.- An Object Modeling Technique for Conceptual Design.- A Modeller’s Workbench: Experiments in Object-Oriented Simulation Programming.- Behavioral Simulation Based on Knowledge Objects.- Conformance, Genericity, Inheritance and Enhancement.- Inheritance and Subtyping in a Parallel Object-Oriented Language.- On Some Algorithms for Multiple Inheritance in Object Oriented Programming.- FORK: A System for Object- and Rule-Oriented Programming.- Overview of a Parallel Object-Oriented Language CLIX.

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