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Master's Dissertation
DOI
https://doi.org/10.11606/D.45.1990.tde-20210729-002226
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Author
Full name
Dilma Menezes da Silva
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 1990
Supervisor
Title in Portuguese
Programacao por objetos: conceitos, linguagens e uma experiencia
Keywords in Portuguese
Matemática Aplicada
Abstract in Portuguese
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Title in English
not available
Abstract in English
In this work the ideas of object-oriented programming are analyzed from different points of view. Our objective is to evaluate the strength of these ideas in expressing abstractions and producing reusable software. At first, we try to detect at what stages a programming paradigm impacts the development of software. Then we study three possible ways for conceptualizing object-oriented programming and relate them to the original works that introduced object-oriented ideas. The third part of this dissertation focuses on the formal aspects of these concepts, using type theory. In chapter four we discuss the implementation of objects, classes and inheritance in some object-oriented programming languages. We finish our investigation discussing our experience in designing a library of routines for manipulating graphs. This work provided us with the oportunity of dealing with generic collections, parameterized types and multiple representations for abstract data types. We conclude that object-oriented programming offers appropriate principles for producing software but is far from being a solution for all system development problems
 
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