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Whereas the object oriented paradigm is best suited for the modelling of self contained objects it is not suited for the modelling of relations between objects. For the logic oriented paradigm on the other hand the converse is true. This paper shows that objects and their relations can be...
In this paper, Bollmann and Zuse's reply to a criticism of their approach to software metrics will be examined. As a result it will be shown that they have failed to achieve their goal of refuting this criticism.
This paper briefly summarizes the work we have done on language versions determination in distributed systems. It is shown that a computer program can still be successfully compiled, locally or remotely, even though the host node does not support the desired version(s) and/or the program is...
This paper describes the situation in the use of software metrics for the development of software. Today many basic metrics - including code metrics - are applied in very different tools for the development of software. But the user is not sure to obtain the correct instructions for the most...
In this paper we present the main results achieved with the implementation of an efficient multithread library, hereinafter called DIA_Thread library, built on the top of a shared memory symmetric multiprocessor environment. The idea which led us to this project was the lack of a minimal common...
Dynamic memory management is an important part of a large class of computer programs and high-performance algorithms for dynamic memory management have been, and will continue to be, of considerable interest. This paper presents empirical data from a collection of six allocation-intensive C...
This paper is the reply to the paper "Erhard Konrad: Application of Measurement Theory to Software Metrics - Comments on the Bollmann-Zuse Approach" which is also published in this issue (November 92) of SlGPLAN Notices. Konrad is criticizing our approach: "Horst Zuse; Peter Bollmann: Using...
Many modern programming languages offer a facility for "inlining" designated procedure and function calls, but this process is not well defined in most language standards documents. We offer a model for inlining which has the property that the resulting code does not depend upon the presentation...
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