Hyper-généricité pour les langages à objets : le modèle OFL

Abstract : In this article, we describe some aspects of the OFL model, which is essentially based on customisation of classes and relationships between classes. We name this feature hyper-genericity. We want to show that the customisation of relationships between classes allows to model a lot of relationships and to improve software code quality. With this parameters system, we also can free from a huge meta-programming step. To illustrate that, we define two new is-a-view-of relationships, which provide the ability to create new viewpoints on objects. The first one is a use relationship such as clientele. The second one is described as an importation relationship such as inheritance.
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Adeline Capouillez, Robert Chignoli, Pierre Crescenzo, Philippe Lahire. Hyper-généricité pour les langages à objets : le modèle OFL. LMO 2001 (Langages et Modèles à Objets), Jan 2001, Le Croisic, France. pp.63-78. ⟨hal-01285970⟩

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