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ECOOP 2011 – Object-Oriented Programming

25th European Conference, Lancaster, Uk, July 25-29, 2011 Proceedings

  • Mira Mezini
Conference proceedings ECOOP 2011

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 6813)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Keynote 1

  3. Empirical Studies

    1. Nels E. Beckman, Duri Kim, Jonathan Aldrich
      Pages 2-26
    2. Dmitrijs Zaparanuks, Matthias Hauswirth
      Pages 27-51
    3. Gregor Richards, Christian Hammer, Brian Burg, Jan Vitek
      Pages 52-78
  4. Mining, Understanding, Recommending

    1. Ekwa Duala-Ekoko, Martin P. Robillard
      Pages 79-104
    2. Yana Momchilova Mileva, Andrzej Wasylkowski, Andreas Zeller
      Pages 105-129
    3. Simon Butler, Michel Wermelinger, Yijun Yu, Helen Sharp
      Pages 130-154
  5. Modularity

    1. Klaus Ostermann, Paolo G. Giarrusso, Christian Kästner, Tillmann Rendel
      Pages 155-178
    2. Alessandro Warth, Yoshiki Ohshima, Ted Kaehler, Alan Kay
      Pages 179-203
    3. Craig Taube-Schock, Robert J. Walker, Ian H. Witten
      Pages 204-228
  6. Keynote 2

    1. Craig Chambers
      Pages 229-229
  7. Modelling and Refactoring

    1. Shahar Maoz, Jan Oliver Ringert, Bernhard Rumpe
      Pages 230-254
    2. Friedrich Steimann, Christian Kollee, Jens von Pilgrim
      Pages 255-280
    3. Shahar Maoz, Jan Oliver Ringert, Bernhard Rumpe
      Pages 281-305
  8. Aliasing and Ownership

    1. Werner Dietl, Michael D. Ernst, Peter Müller
      Pages 333-357
    2. Stephanie Balzer, Thomas R. Gross
      Pages 358-382
  9. Memory Optimizations

    1. Adriana E. Chis, Nick Mitchell, Edith Schonberg, Gary Sevitsky, Patrick O’Sullivan, Trevor Parsons et al.
      Pages 383-407
    2. Suparna Bhattacharya, Mangala Gowri Nanda, K. Gopinath, Manish Gupta
      Pages 408-432

About these proceedings


This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 25th European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, ECOOP 2011, held in Lancaster, UK, in July 2011.
The 26 revised full papers, presented together with three keynote lectures were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 100 submissions. The papers cover topics such as empirical studies, mining, understanding, recommending, modularity, modelling and refactoring, aliasing and ownership; as well as memory optimizations.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Mira Mezini
    • 1
  1. 1.Software Technology groupTechnische UniversitätDarmstadtGermany

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