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Most software developers have a strong tendency to define object-oriented concepts in terms of the specific object-oriented programming languages (OOPLs) they know. Unfortunately, these definitions also soffer the same limitations of the OOPLs. This, in turn, has tended to limit the power of...
The object-oriented programming paradigm improves the reusability of software considerably. Suitable documentation must be provided in order to facilitate software reuse, however. Extensive reuse of existing software components requires increased maintenance activity and hence enhances the...
The appearance of iterators in an object-oriented language appears to be inversely related to the power of the language's intrinsic control structures. Iterator classes are used for the sole purpose of enumerating the elements of an abstract collection class without revealing its implementation....
The paper presents a Construction Database Model used for conceptual level modelling and manipulation of design objects. A primary intention of the CDM model is modelling hierarchically structured objects and generic dependencies between objects in design or in engineering applications. The CDM...
This paper analizes the performance of caching mechanisms in a persistent object system. Techniques used in operating systems and developed by the author are investigated. Execution timings and analysis of results are presented.
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