ECOOP’ 93 — Object-Oriented Programming: 7th European by Michael G. Lamming (auth.), Oscar M. Nierstrasz (eds.)

By Michael G. Lamming (auth.), Oscar M. Nierstrasz (eds.)

It is now greater than twenty-five years for the reason that object-oriented programming was once “inve- ed” (actually, greater than thirty years due to the fact paintings on Simula started), yet, by means of all debts, it will seem like object-oriented know-how has in simple terms been “discovered” long ago ten years! whilst the 1st eu convention on Object-Oriented Programming was once held in Paris in 1987, i feel it was once normally assumed that Object-Oriented Progr- ming, like established Programming, might quick input the vernacular, and c- ference at the topic may swiftly turn into superfluous. to the contrary, the variety and effect of object-oriented ways and techniques maintains to extend, and, - spite the inevitable oversell and hype, object-oriented expertise has reached a degree of medical adulthood that few may have foreseen ten years in the past. Object-oriented know-how additionally cuts throughout clinical cultural barriers like p- haps no different box of machine technology, as object-oriented suggestions could be utilized to almost all of the different components and have an effect on nearly all facets of the software program lifestyles cycle. (So, looking back, emphasizing simply Programming within the identify of the convention used to be maybe a little bit short-sighted, yet at the least the acronym is pronounceable and straightforward to rem- ber!) This year’s ECOOP attracted 146 submissions from world wide - making the choice technique even harder than ordinary. the chosen papers variety in subject from programming language and database concerns to research and layout and reuse, and from adventure reviews to theoretical contributions.

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26 Fig. 2: Screen sample of Swaps Manager I The following section describes the framework as it is being used in the context of a swaps trading software. 27 3 The Architecture of the Calculation Engine Framework Fig. 3 shows the structure of the framework and the most important objects. We will show the key abstractions in more detail, and then we will describe two scenarios which demonstrate their use. - - yieldcurve t- Basic Building Block Datelnterval I ' 4, Discount Function Block DFManager ...

Thus it is possible that, while preserving the monotonically increased functionality, the system decreases significantly in size, due to consolidation efforts. Development of a framework starts with the implementation of a specific solution in a particular domain. Then the solution is successively reworked to cover a family of applications. For this process of generalising a design we found a few rules of thumb which were helpful in our project: Try to consolidate similar functionality found in different parts of the system and implement it through a common abstraction.

But if we also need to replace Low’s factory object for our own purposes, we are stuck: how can we merge High’s changes to the original factory object with our changes? The table below shows the original factory (Low’s), the changed factory (High’s), and the factory we’d like to use ourselves, High has changed the entry for making SubA objects to solve an internal 46 conflict in the High library, so now it returns HighSubA objects. This creates several inEntry Low's factory High's factory Our factory makeBaseA BaseA BaseA Printable makeBaseA SubA HighSubA NewSubA tegration problems.

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