|Appears in Collections:||Computing Science and Mathematics Journal Articles|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Polymorphism, persistence and software re-use in a strongly typed object-oriented environment|
Brown, Alfred L
Connor, Richard C H
Atkinson, Malcolm P
|Citation:||Morrison R, Brown A, Carrick R, Connor R, Dearle A & Atkinson M (1987) Polymorphism, persistence and software re-use in a strongly typed object-oriented environment. Software Engineering Journal, 2 (6), pp. 199-204. https://doi.org/10.1049/sej.1987.0026.|
|Abstract:||The major requirements of a system for software re-use are that it must provide an abstraction mechanism for adequately describing the components, a mechanism for naming and storing the components, and a mechanism for composing new objects out of existing components. This paper describes a polymorphic type system that may be used to describe generic components and a persistence mechanism that may be used to name, store and compose components. By integrating the two, a strongly typed persistent environment that is an ideal base as a system for software re-use is obtained.|
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