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What is the "Object" in Object-oriented Programming?

ContributorsNierstrasz, Oscar
Published inObjects and things = Objets et machins, Editors Tsichritzis, Dionysios, p. 1-13
PublisherGenève : Centre universitaire d'informatique
Publication date1987
Abstract

Object-oriented programming has become quite widespread in recent years, although there are few guidelines to help us distinguish when a system is "truly" object-oriented or not. In this paper we discuss what have emerged as the main concepts in the object-oriented approach, and we attempt to motivate these concepts in terms of how they aid in software development.

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NoteThis paper has previously appeared in the Proceldings of the CERN School of Computing, Renesse , The Netherlands, Aug. 31-Sept. 13, 1986
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NIERSTRASZ, Oscar. What is the ‘Object’ in Object-oriented Programming? In: Objects and things = Objets et machins. Genève : Centre universitaire d’informatique, 1987. p. 1–13.
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