By Erich Gamma (auth.), Dave Thomas (eds.)
This publication constitutes the refereed complaints of the twentieth ecu convention on Object-Oriented Programming, ECOOP 2006, held in Nantes, France in July 2006.
The 20 revised complete papers, offered including three keynote papers have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 162 submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on application question and endurance, possession and concurrency, languages, kind concept, varieties for object-oriented languages, instruments, and modularity. additionally there are five retrospective and potential papers from a unique twentieth anniversary consultation for the ECOOP convention series.
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This leads to a fairly signiﬁcant slowdown. Memory overhead is also inﬂuenced by relative size of objects created. A benchmark like raytrace creates hundreds of thousands of small Point objects, likely smaller than the WeakReference objects necessary to track them.
In short, the abundance of such implicit relationships is endless. Most programming languages provide little support for such arbitrary and often dynamic relationships. Consider the problem of querying our collection to ﬁnd all students with a given name. The simplest solution is to traverse the collection on demand to ﬁnd matches. If the query is executed frequently, we can improve upon this by employing a hash map from names to students to get fast lookup. This is really a view of the original collection optimised for our query.
Second, it aims for an incremental construction of the database — although the precise mechanism for achieving that is not detailed in , and there are no performance experiments to evaluate such incremental database construction. In CodeQuest we also store only part of the program, but it is our belief that modern database systems can cope with much larger amounts of data. Like CIA, we provide incremental updating of the database, and the way to achieve that eﬃciently was described in Sect.
ECOOP 2006 – Object-Oriented Programming: 20th European Conference, Nantes, France, July 3-7, 2006. Proceedings by Erich Gamma (auth.), Dave Thomas (eds.)