Object-oriented Technology for Database and Software Systems

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World Scientific, 1995 - Computers - 312 pages
Object orientation has become a ?must know? subject for managers, researchers, and software practitioners interested in the design, evolution, reuse and management of efficient software components.The book contains technical papers reflecting both theoretical and practical contributions from researchers in the field of object-oriented (OO) databases and software engineering systems. The book identifies actual and potential areas of integration of OO and database technologies, current and future research directions in software methodologies, and reflections about the OO paradigm.In providing current research and relevant information about this promising and rapidly growing field of object-oriented databases and software engineering systems, this book is invaluable to research scientists, practitioners, and graduate students working in the areas of databases and software engineering.
 

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Contents

Advice to the Advisors
1
On Abstraction and Sharing in Generic Modules
22
Generating the Interface Hierarchy of a Class Library
42
Typed Declarative ObjectOriented Database Programming
58
Copying Sharing and Aliasing
77
ObjectOriented Modelling and Development of Distributed Systems
90
An ObjectOriented Framework for Specifying Reactive Systems
114
The Preliminary Design of an ObjectOriented Framework
134
The Role of ObjectOriented Database Technology in Distributed
171
Improving Ones Views of ObjectOriented Databases
186
A Strong Coupling Between Eiffel Language and 02 DBMS
206
The Core Formalism for an ObjectOriented CASE Tool
224
Understanding Software Systems Using Reverse Engineering Technology
240
A Design Concept to Support
253
Supporting Evolution in Software Process Environments Based on Object
275
Patterns Contracts
295

An Animator for the Object Specification Language Troll light
156

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Page 311 - Richard Helm, Ian M. Holland, and Dipayan Gangopadhyay. Contracts: Specifying behavioral compositions in object-oriented systems. In Proceedings of the Conference on Object-Oriented Programming: Systems, Languages and Applications, pages

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