Separation of Concerns in OFL

Abstract : OFL (Open Flexible Languages) is the name of a meta-model for object-oriented programming languages based on classes. It relies on three essential concepts of these languages: the descriptions which are a generalisation of the notion of class, the relationships such as inheritance or aggregation and the languages themselves. OFL provides a customisation (hyper-genericity) of these three concepts in order to adapt their operational semantics to the programmer's needs. So, at first reading the OFL approach can be summed up as the search for a set of parameters whose value determines the operational semantics of an object-oriented language based on classes.
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Workshop Advanced Separation of Concerns lors de la conférence ECOOP 2001 (15th European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming), Jun 2001, Budapest, Hungary. pp.107-130, synthèse dans Object-Oriented Technology: ECOOP 2001 Workshop Reader


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Adeline Capouillez, Pierre Crescenzo, Philippe Lahire. Separation of Concerns in OFL. Workshop Advanced Separation of Concerns lors de la conférence ECOOP 2001 (15th European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming), Jun 2001, Budapest, Hungary. pp.107-130, synthèse dans Object-Oriented Technology: ECOOP 2001 Workshop Reader. <hal-01311134>

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