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object orientation as a paradigm for general purpose distributed operating systems

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Published by Trinity College, Department of Computer Science in Dublin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Object-oriented programming (Computer science),
  • Distributed operating systems (Computers)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementV. Cahill, ...(et al.).
    SeriesTechnical report (Trinity College Dublin. Department of Computer Science) -- 92-19.
    ContributionsCahill, V., Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Computer Science.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination6p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19880867M

      Get the COMPLETE COURSE: 4 pillars of object-oriented programming: encapsulation, abstraction, inheritance and polymorphism. Subscribe. This means that Object A, which has as part of it a service x, might be called by Object B, which needs the service x of Object A. Object B is the client and Object A is the server. A powerful paradigm, object orientation would bring forth both opportunities and challenges for the software engineering practitioner.

      It presents the benefits provided by the use of object-oriented design and development techniques when writing distributed applications. It describes a model to map DCE onto C++, a structure for distributed C++ applications and it presents a set of challenges we encountered while integrating C++ with DCE, along with the solutions we chose for them. This book provides an overview of the new paradigm through the programming language ABCL. Object-oriented concurrent programming is a major new programming paradigm that exploits the benefits of object orientation concurrency, and distributed systems. This book provides an overview of the new paradigm through the programming language ABCL. It presents a complete description of the theory.

    The readers of this book should be able to develop an understanding of the key components of the object-oriented client/server Internet environments, the interrelationships between its components, and their role in enabling the modern distributed enterprises. Object-oriented concurrent programming is a major new programming paradigm that exploits the benefits of object orientation concurrency, and distributed systems. This book provides an overview of the new paradigm through the programming language ABCL.


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BibTeX @INPROCEEDINGS{Cahill92onobject, author = {Vinny Cahill and Brendan Tangney and Chris Horn and Neville Harris}, title = {On Object Orientation as a Paradigm for General Purpose Distributed Operating Systems}, booktitle = {In Proc.

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