3 edition of OOPSLA "91 found in the catalog.
OOPSLA (Conference) (1991 Phoenix, Ariz.)
|Other titles||Object-oriented programming, systems, languages, and applications., Conference proceedings on object-oriented programming systems, languages, and applications.|
|Statement||edited by Andreas Paepcke ; sponsored by the Association for Computing Machinery"s Special Interest Group on Programming Languages (ACM/SIGPLAN).|
|Series||ACM SIGPLAN notices -- v. 26, no. 11.|
|Contributions||Paepcke, Andreas., ACM Special Interest Group on Programming Languages.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 365 p.|
|Number of Pages||365|
How to get your paper accepted at OOPSLA, Alan Snyder, OOPSLA '91 Proceedings, pp. How to get a paper accepted at OOPSLA, Ralph Johnson et al, panel at OOPSLA'93, pp "The Task of the Referee", Alan Jay Smith, IEEE Computer, 23(4) (April ). On technical writing: Good Writing, by Marc Raibert. [Agrawal et al. 91]_Rakesh Agrawal, Linda G. DeMichiel, and Bruce G. Lindsay. Static Type Checking of Multi-Methods. In Proceedings OOPSLA’ 91, pages –, November Published as ACM SIGPLAN Notices, vol number Google ScholarCited by:
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Our first collective experience in the study of software architecture was at an OOPSLA '91 workshop led by Bruce Anderson. The workshop was dedicated to developing a handbook for software architects. (Judging from this book, we suspect "architecture encyclopedia" will be a more appropriate name than "architecture handbook."). Advice Collection (Maintained by Tao Xie and Yuan Xie) Ph.D. dissertation/research advice How to Get Your Paper Accepted at OOPSLA (91) Technical writing advice by Armando Fox ; Guide to Successful Papers Submission - CHI Ten Lessons in Clarity and Grace (This is not a book for easy reading, but it can be very helpful in improving.
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Get this from a library. OOPSLA ' object-oriented programming, systems, languages, and applications: OOPSLA '91, conference proceedings. [Andreas Paepcke; ACM Special Interest Group on Programming Languages.; ACM Digital Library.;]. Get this from a library. OOPSLA ' object-oriented programming systems, languages, and applications: conference proceedings.
[Andreas Paepcke; Object-oriented Programming Systems, Languages, and Applications. Conference; ACM Special Interest Group on Programming Languages.]. Some slight edge wear but otherwise great condition. Ships from Dinkytown in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Paperback Paperback Assn for Computing Machinery 35 rows OOPSLA (Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages & Applications) is an annual Discipline: Object-oriented programming. Welcome to OOPSLAconvening October 24 through 28 in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia.
As past participants can attest, OOPSLA is the premier gathering of professionals from industry and academia—practitioners, researchers, students, and educators—all sharing their experiences with object technology and its date: 28 Oct, OOPSLA was the incubator for CRC cards, CLOS, design patterns, Self, the agile methodologies, service-oriented architectures, wikis, Unified Modeling Language (UML), test driven design (TDD), refactoring, Java, dynamic compilation, and aspect-oriented programming, to name just some of them.
Never only about objects but never straying far from. The WyCash Report Writer OOPSLA Workshop 9 Towards an Architecture Handbook Ward Cunningham Wyatt Software.
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Richard Gabriel was on the OOPSLA'89 and '93 program committees and has reviewed over OOPSLA submissions. William Cook was on the OOPSLA'90, '91, '92, and '93 program committees. Rebecca Wirfs-Brock was the OOPSLA'92 program chair and on the OOPSLA'91.
Advanced Software Development Workstation OOPSLA 92 Conference Trip Report Prepared for NASA-Johnson Space Center After the very rich harvest that included Booch, Schlaer Mellor, Rumbaugh, Coad Yourdon, Wirfs- The official way to create a method being the publication of a book, we can mention also the book written by Berard, a.
Our first collective experience in the study of software architecture was at the OOPSLA '91 workshop led by Bruce Anderson. The workshop was dedicated to developing a handbook for software architects.
(Judging from this book, we suspect ‘architecture encyclopedia’ will be a more appropriate name than ‘architecture handbook.’). The book provides complete, accurate, and detailed coverage of the Java programming language. It fully describes the new features added in Java SE 7, including the try-with-resources statement, multi-catch, precise rethrow, “diamond” syntax, strings-in-switch, and binary literals.
The book also includes many explanatory notes, and carefully /5(12). Alan Snyder, How to get your paper accepted at OOPSLA OOPSLA '91 Proceedings, pp.
Ralph Johnson et al, How to get a paper accepted at OOPSLA Panel at OOPSLA'93, pp What kinds of papers does USENIX publish. Alan Jay Smith, The Task of the Referee, IEEE Computer 23(4) (April ).
Why I gave your paper a Strong Reject. The process of Object-Oriented design, a postscript paper that appeared in OOPSLA Aliasing, a paper that appeared in OOPS Messenger, Also, postscript version.
Formal methods in OO, a postscript panel paper that appeared in OOPSLA Conference on Object-Oriented Programming Systems, Languages, and Applications (OOPSLA'92), Seventh Annual Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, October, Proceedings. ACMISBN Back to the Future The Story of Squeak, A Practical Smalltalk Written in Itself However, the Blue Book code was written as a simulation in Smalltalk, not as virtual machine code to run on top of the Object Memory.
[ChUn91] Chambers, C. and Ungar, D., "Making Pure Object-Oriented Languages Practical," Proc. of the ACM OOPSLA '91 conf. OOPSLA Object Orientated Programming Systems and Applications Phoenix Arizona USA October, ISBN: Sponsors: SIGPLAN.
Get Alerts for this Conference Alerts Save to Binder Binder Export Citation Citation. Share on. Next Conference SPLASH ' Sponsor: sigada. According to many authors, OOPSLA ’91 highlighted the evolutionary process of design patterns.
The synergy between Erich Gamma, Richard Helm, Rala Johnson, and John Vlissides (better known as the “Gang of Four” or GoF) and other reputable researchers (Ward Cunningham, Kant Beck or Doug Lea) definitively launched the study of and research Cited by: 3.
OOPSLA ' Addendum to the proceedings on Object-oriented programming systems, languages, and applications (Addendum). The ACM SIGPLAN conference on Systems, Programming, Languages and Applications: Software for Humanity (SPLASH) embraces all aspects of software construction and delivery to make it the premier conference at the intersection of programming, languages, and software engineering.
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