16th European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming
University of Málaga, Spain
June 10-14, 2002
 
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Workshop #16 - Fifth ECOOP Workshop on Object-Orientation and Operating Systems

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Abstract

The first and the second ECOOP Workshops on Object-Orientation and Operating Systems were held at ECOOP’97 in Jyväskyla and at ECOOP’99 in Lisbon. They successfully provided a forum for lively and interesting discussions. In the Lisbon workshop, the participants proposed to repeat the workshop yearly, leading to a third workshop that took place at ECOOP’2000 in Cannes, and the ECOOP’2001 in Budapest. Over the past years the number of participants at the ECOOP OOOS workshop grew constantly and many high quality papers have been presented. Several of the papers submitted to ECOOP OOOS workshops have been later published as part of Communications of the ACM and other relevant journals.

The ECOOP workshop series aims to bring together researchers and developers working on object-oriented operating systems and to provide a platform for discussing problems arising from the application of object-orientation to operating systems and solutions for them. Suggested topics for papers and discussion include, but are not restricted to:


• adaptable and adaptive OOOS, frameworks for OOOS, architecture of OOOS
• distributed OOOS and middleware, aspect orientation and OOOS design
• what are the penalties of OO in OS and how to avoid them, reflective OOOS
• OOOS tools, reusability and interoperability of OOOS components
• OOOS configurability, maintenance, tuning and optimization
• OOOS for embedded systems, real-time OOOS, and Java-based systems.


Applicants for the workshop are asked to submit a position paper of 6 pages maximum. Submitted papers will be reviewed. Papers clearly not within the scope of the workshop will have to be rejected. In contrast to the last years we intend to name a formal program committee consisting of the workshop organizers and additional external members.

 

Organizers Dario Alvarez (Universidad de Oviedo) (primary contact)
Olaf Spinczyk (University of Magdeburg)
Andreas Gal (University of California, Irvine)
Paniti Netinant (Bangkok University)
Day Tuesday 11 Location (room) : 3.0.4
Workshop Home Page http://ooosws.cs.uni-magdeburg.de/
Number of participants 10-25

 

Workshop #16 - Fifth ECOOP Workshop on Object-Orientation and Operating Systems

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