Object-Technologies for Advanced Software: Second JSSST International Symposium, ISOTAS '96, Kanazawa, Japan, March 11-15, 1996. Proceedings

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Object Technologies for Advanced Software, ISOTAS'96, held in Ishikawa, Japan, in March 1996. ISOTAS'96 was sponsored by renowned Japanese and international professional organisations.
The 14 papers included in final full versions, together with the abstracts of four invited papers, were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 56 submissions; they address most current topics in object software technology, object-oriented programming, object-oriented databases, etc. The volume is organized in sections on design and evolution, parallelism and distribution, meta and reflection, and evolution of reuse.
 

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Contents

Object Utopia Abstract
1
Automating the Evolution of ObjectOriented Systems
2
Using C++ Templates to Implement RoleBased Designs
22
Explicit Metaclasses as a Tool for Improving the Design of Class Libraries
38
Towards Formally Provable ObjectOriented Software Abstract
56
Static Typing
57
ICC++A C++ Dialect for High Performance Parallel Computing
76
An Efficient Scheme to Build an ObjectOriented Distributed Class Library for Massively Parallel Computation
96
An Algebraic Semantics of Reflective Objects
173
A Meme Media Architecture for FineGrain Component Software
190
A Metric for Evaluating Effectiveness of ObjectOriented Interface Abstraction for Promoting Software Reuse
215
An Experiment in Classification and Specialization of Synchronization Schemes
227
Synergies Between ObjectOriented Programming Language Design and Implementation Research
250
Ocore and VAST Integrating Persistence into a Parallel ObjectOriented Language
260
A Metaobject Protocol For Controlling File Cache Management
275
Subtyping by Constraints in ObjectOriented Databases
287

Adaptive Parameter Passing
118
Designing a Meta Object Protocol to Wrap a Standard Graphical Toolkit
137
The MetaHelix
157

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