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Object-Oriented Technology. ECOOP 2002 Workshop Reader

ECOOP 2002 Workshops and Posters, Málaga, Spain, June 10-14, 2002, Proceedings

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2002. Buch. viii, 224 S. Bibliographien. Softcover

Springer. ISBN 978-3-540-00233-8

Format (B x L): 15,5 x 23,5 cm

Gewicht: 760 g

In englischer Sprache

Das Werk ist Teil der Reihe: Lecture Notes in Computer Science; 2548

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oftheECOOP2002organizationteamfortheiruniqueblendofe?ciencyand comradeship. Preparingforandholdingtheconferencewasalotoffun. Organizingtheworkshopsandthisbookprovedtobeverystimulatingand instructive;wewishourreadersanequallyfruitfulexperience. Wearepretty surethattheECOOP2002workshopreaderwillprovideyou,thereader,with anexcellentsnapshotofthemajortrendsinobject-orientedtechnology. October2002 JuanHerna´ndez AnaMoreira Organization ECOOP2002wasorganizedbytheDepartmentofLenguajesyCienciasdela Computaci´onoftheUniversityofMal ´aga,andtheDepartmentofInformat ´ica of the University of Extremadura, under the auspices of AITO (Association InternationalepourlesTechnologiesObjets). TheproceedingsofthemainconferencewerepublishedasLNCS2374. WorkshopChairs: JuanHerna´ndez(UniversityofExtremadura) AnaMoreira(UniversidadeNovadeLisboa,Portugal) PosterChair: JuanM. Murillo(UniversityofExtremadura) WorkshopSelectionCommittee MehmetAksit UniversityofTwente,TheNetherlands Jo˜aoArau´jo UniversidadeNovadeLisboa,Portugal ElisaBertino Universit`adegliStudidiMilano,Italy RobertFrance ColoradoStateUniversity,USA JuanHerna´ndez UniversidaddeExtremadura,Spain AnaMoreira UniversidadeNovadeLisboa,Portugal AmbrosioToval UniversidaddeMurcia,Spain Contents ResourceManagementforSafeLanguages. 1 GrzegorzCzajkowski,JanVitek GenerativeProgramming. 15 KrzysztofCzarnecki,KasperØsterbye,MarkusVolt ¨ er ToolsandEnvironmentsforLearningObject-OrientedConcepts. 30 IsabelMichiels,Ju¨rgenB¨orstler,KimB. Bruce 12thWorkshopforPhDStudentsinObjectOrientedSystems. 44 MiguelA. P´erez,PedroJ. Clemente Web-OrientedSoftwareTechnology. 55 OscarPastor,DanielSchwabe,GustavoRossi,LuisOlsina Component-OrientedProgramming. 70 JanBosch,ClemensSzyperski,WolfgangWeck ConcreteCommunicationAbstractionsoftheNext701Distributed ObjectSystems. 79 AntoineBeugnard,SalahSadou,LaurenceDuchien,EricJul UnanticipatedSoftwareEvolution. 92 G¨unterKniesel,JoostNoppen,TomMens,JimBuckley CompositionLanguages. 107 MarkusLumpe,Jean-GuySchneider,BastiaanSch¨onhage, ThomasGenssler TheInheritanceWorkshop. 117 GabrielaAr´evalo,AndrewBlack,YaniaCrespo,MichelDao, ErikErnst,PeterGrogono,MarianneHuchard,MarkkuSakkinen Model-BasedSoftwareReuse. 135 AndreasSpeck,ElkePulvermu¨ller,RagnhildVanDerStraeten, RalfH. Reussner,MatthiasClauß QuantitativeApproachesinObject-OrientedSoftwareEngineering. 147 MarioPiattini,FernandoBritoeAbreu,GeertPoels, HouariA. Sahraoui MultiparadigmProgrammingwithObject-OrientedLanguages. 154 KeiDavis,YannisSmaragdakis,J¨orgStriegnitz VIII Contents Knowledge-BasedObject-OrientedSoftwareEngineering. 160 MajaD’Hondt,KimMens,EllenVanPaesschen Object-OrientationandOperatingSystems. 174 AndreasGal,OlafSpinczyk,DarioAlvarez IntegrationandTransformationofUMLModels. 184 Jo˜aoArau´jo,JonathanWhittle,AmbrosioToval,RobertFrance MobileObjectSystems. 192 Ciar´anBryce Feyerabend:Rede?ningComputing. 197 WolfgangDeMeuter,PascalCostanza,MartineDevos, DaveThomas FormalTechniquesforJava-likePrograms. 203 SophiaDrossopoulou,SusanEisenbach,GaryT. Leavens, ArndPoetzsch-He?ter,ErikPoll PosterSession. 211 JuanManuelMurillo,FernandoSan ´chez AuthorIndex. 223 ResourceManagement forSafeLanguages 1 2 GrzegorzCzajkowski andJanVitek 1 Sun Microsystems Laboratories, grzegorz. czajkowski@sun. com 2 Purdue University, jv@cs. purdue. edu Abstract. Safe programming languages o?er safety and security f- tures making them attractive for developing extensible environments on a wide variety of platforms, ranging from large servers all the way down tohand-helddevices. Extensibleenvironmentsfacilitatedynamicho- ingofavarietyofpotentiallyuntrustedcodes. Thisrequiresmechanisms to guarantee isolation among hosted applications and to control their usageofresources.

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