6 edition of Foundations of Object-Oriented Languages found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Contributions||J. W. De Bakker (Editor), W. P. De Roever (Editor), G. Rozenberg (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||442|
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This is a useful introduction to the theory behind data types in object oriented (OO) languages. It starts at a very readable pace. The first section (about pages) covers the basics of OO languages and OO features, and establishes a working by: In recent years, object-oriented programming has emerged as the dominant computerprogramming style, and object-oriented languages such as C++ and Java enjoy wide use in academia andindustry.
This text explores the formal underpinnings of object-oriented languages to help thereader understand the fundamental concepts of these languages and the design decisions text begins by. Foundations of Object-Oriented Languages by Bruce, Expand/Collapse All; List of Figures (pg.
xi): Preface (pg. xv) Part I: Type Problems in Object-Oriented Languages (pg. 1): 1 Introduction (pg. 3): 2 Fundamental Concepts of Object-Oriented Languages (pg. 17): 3 Type Problems in Object-Oriented Languages (pg. 33): 4 Adding Expressiveness to Object-Oriented Languages (pg.
49). "In recent years, object-oriented programming has emerged as the dominant computer programming style, and object-oriented languages such as C++ and Java enjoy wide use in academia and industry. This text explores the formal underpinnings of object-oriented languages to help the reader understand the fundamental concepts of these languages and.
Foundations of Object-Oriented Languages TR Giuseppe Castagna and Gary T. Leavens Novem Iowa State University of Science and Technology Department of Computer Science Atanasoff Ames, IA Introduces object-oriented languages through examples in Java, functional programming with Standard ML, and programming using the logic language Prolog; Describes a case study involving the development of a compiler for the high level functional language Small, a robust subset of Standard ML.
However, for the field to mature, a more formal understanding of the basic concepts of object-oriented programming is necessary. This volume presents the proceedings of the School/Workshop on Foundations of Object-Oriented Programming (FOOL) held in Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands, May 28.
Compared to other texts on the subject, Foundations for Programming Languages is distinguished primarily by its inclusion of material on universal algebra and algebraic data types, imperative languages and Floyd-Hoare logic, and advanced chapters on polymorphism and modules, subtyping and object-oriented concepts, and type inference.
"Programming languages embody the pragmatics of designing software systems, and also the mathematical concepts which underlie them. Anyone who wants to know how, for example, object-oriented programming rests upon a firm foundation in logic should read this book.