For the ninth time now, the European Conference on Object-Oriented P- gramming provides a mid-summer gathering place for researchers, practitioners, students and newcomers in the field of object technology. Despite fierce c- petition from an increasing number of attractive conferences on object-related topics, ECOOP has successfully positioned itself as the premier European - ject technology conference. One reason is without doubt the composition of the conference week and the nature of its events. Running in parallel on the first two days, a comprehensive tutorial program and a very selective workshop program are offered to attendees. This is followed by a three-day technical p- gram organized in a single track providing a highly communicative atmosphere of scientific exchange and learning. Overlapping with these events are a two-day industrial exhibition and a two-day opportunity for non-industrial system dev- opers to demonstrate their software. Thus, ECOOP is not just a conference on programming but an event touching on the full spectrum of object technology. This volume constitutes the proceedings of the Ninth European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, ECOOP, held in Aarhus, Denmark, August 7-11, 1995. Previous ECOOP conferences were held in Paris (France), Oslo (Norway), Nottingham (England), Ottawa (Canada, jointly with OOPSLA) , Geneva (Switzerland), Utrecht (the Netherlands) , Kaiserslautern (Germany) , and Bologna (Italy). Object technology continues to increase its impact on the corporate world.Apple Computer, Inc. Object Pascal Usera#39;s Manual. ... Craig Chambers, David Ungar, Bay-Wei Chang, and Urs HAplzle. Parents ... Simula Implementation Guide. ... Proceedings of the 11th Symposium on the Principles of Programming Languages, Salt Lake City, UT, 1984, R. Dixon, T. McKee, P. Schweitzer, and M. Vaughan.
|Title||:||ECOOP '95 - Object-Oriented Programming|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2003-05-16|