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ECOOP
1998
Springer
9 years 2 months ago
Flexible Alias Protection
Aliasing is endemic in object oriented programming. Because an object can be modified via any alias, object oriented programs are hard to understand, maintain, and analyse. Flexibl...
James Noble, Jan Vitek, John Potter
ECOOPW
1999
Springer
9 years 2 months ago
Flexible Aliasing with Protection
Unwanted effects of aliasing cause encapsulation problems in object oriented programming. Nevertheless, aliasing is part of common and efficient programming techniques for expres...
Günter Kniesel, Dirk Theisen
ECOOP
2000
Springer
9 years 2 months ago
Copying and Comparing: Problems and Solutions
In object oriented programming, it is sometimes necessary to copy objects and to compare them for equality or inequality. We discuss some of the issues involved in copying and comp...
Peter Grogono, Markku Sakkinen
APL
2000
ACM
9 years 2 months ago
High-level object oriented programming with array technology
Although classical object-oriented programming languages provide high-level modeling capacities t data type, inheritance etc.), they remain low-level when it comes to data manipul...
Philippe Mougin
ICSM
2003
IEEE
9 years 3 months ago
Reverse Engineering of the Interaction Diagrams from C++ Code
In object oriented programming, the functionalities of a system result from the interactions (message exchanges) among the objects allocated by the system. While designing object ...
Paolo Tonella, Alessandra Potrich
OOPSLA
2004
Springer
9 years 3 months ago
Mirrors: design principles for meta-level facilities of object-oriented programming languages
We identify three design principles for reflection and metaprogramming facilities in object oriented programming languages. Encapsulation: meta-level facilities must encapsulate t...
Gilad Bracha, David Ungar
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