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From Transience to Persistence in
Object-Oriented Programming: Patterns and Architectures


Karl Lieberherr

Northeastern University, College of Computer Science
161 Cullinane Hall, Boston, MA 02115, USA
lieberherr@ccs.neu.edu, http://www.ccs.neu.edu/home/lieber



Abstract: Object-oriented programs evolve over time and it is desirable to capture the persistent parts of the programs early on and then derive the transient versions of the programs from the persistent parts. In our view, the object-oriented community is moving in this direction through its work on software architecture and patterns. Capturing the persistent parts of a program allows us to better maintain the integrity of the program during evolution and Adaptive Programming and Aspect-Oriented Programming provide novel tools for this purpose.

Categories and Subject Descriptors: D.2.10 [Software Engineering]: Maintenance - Extensibility; H.2.1 [Database Management]: Logical Design - Schema and Subschema

General Terms: Design, Maintenance, Languages

Additional Key Words and Phrases: Adaptive Programming, Structure-Shy Modeling, Aspect-Oriented Programming



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Lieberherr, J., 1996. From Transience to Persistence in Object-Oriented Programming: Patterns and Architectures , Computing Surveys, 28A(4), December, http://www.acm.org/surveys/1996/Lieberherr/
Submission date
June 11, 1996
Revision date (if any)
October 15, 1996
Acceptance date
October 15, 1996

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