Author(s): M. O'Brien & S. Maglaras
In the field of software engineering, the last decade has seen the emergence of object-oriented
Aspects of the object paradigm have been applied throughout computer science.
This model has emerged as a possible solution to the problem of designing and implementing
large software systems and increasingly complex applications.
A major step towards this
object-oriented implementation approach has been made with the advent of the so called
object-oriented languages, either as extensions of existing languages or as new pure object-
oriented programming environments.
There has been substantial theoretical work on the
features these languages should offer to the programmer in order to conform to the object
However, the actual treatment of the programs themselves as objects has been
This paper offers a perspectiv...
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Paper DOI: 10.2495/SQE970291
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