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ECOOP is the most popular discussion board in Europe for bringing jointly practitioners, - searchers, and scholars to percentage their rules and reviews in a extensive variety of disciplines woven with the typical thread of item expertise. it's a university of occasions, together with awesome invited audio system, rigorously refereed technical - pers, practitioner studies re?ecting real-world adventure, panels, topic-focused workshops, demonstrations, and an interactive posters consultation. The 18th ECOOP 2004 convention held in the course of June 14–18, 2004 in Oslo, Norway represented one other 12 months of persevered luck in object-oriented p- gramming, either as a subject of educational research and as a car for business software program improvement. Object-oriented know-how has come of age; it's now the generally tested procedure for many software program tasks. despite the fact that, an - panding ?eld of functions and new technological demanding situations offer a robust call for for study in foundations, layout and programming tools, in addition to implementation thoughts. there's additionally an expanding curiosity within the in- gration of object-orientation with different software program improvement suggestions. We count on accordingly that object-oriented programming should be a fruitful topic of analysis for a few years to return. Thisyear,theprogramcommitteereceived132submissions,ofwhich25were acceptedforpublicationafterathoroughreviewingprocess.Everypaperreceived atleast4reviews.Paperswereevaluatedbasedonrelevance,signi?cance,clarity, originality, and correctness. the subjects lined contain: programming strategies, application research, software program engineering, elements and elements, middleware, veri?cation, structures and implementation innovations. those have been complemented through invited talks, from Matthias Felleisen and Tom Henzinger. Their titles and abstracts also are integrated in those proceedings.

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12. D. Clarke and T. Wrigstad. External Uniqueness is Unique Enough. In European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, July 2003. 13. D. G. Clarke, J. M. Potter, and J. Noble. Ownership Types for Flexible Alias Protection. In Object-Oriented Programming Systems, Languages, and Applications, October 1998. 14. E. Gamma, R. Helm, R. Johnson, and J. Vlissides. Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software. Addison-Wesley, 1994. 15. D. Garlan and M. Shaw. An Introduction to Software Architecture.

2 Problem Statement In this section, we motivate our work by analyzing the limitations of the encapsulation mechanisms offered by mainstream object-oriented programming languages such as Java, C++, C#, and Eiffel. 1 Access Rights Are Inseparable from Classes In most object-oriented languages, the access rights to classes are tightly bound to their implementation. In languages like Java, C++, and C#, methods may be annotated with certain access rights by using keywords such as public, private or protected.

Our own previous work, AliasJava, uses a capability-based encapsulation model instead of owners-as-dominators [4]. In this model, the domain parameters of an object are capabilities allowing the object to access the objects in that domain. Thus, developers can reason about access permission by examining the parameterization of objects. Although this solution is more flexible than either of the solutions described above, reasoning about capabilities is not as straightforward as reasoning about object containment.

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