# Object oriented architectures, tools, and applications

By . In Euro-Par, volume 1900 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 1029–1030. Springer, 2000.

http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/3-540-44520-X_146

## Abstract

For some time, object-oriented programming has become standard practice in sequential programing. Objects separate the interface from the representation and promote reuse of code. Although concurrency is a natural consequence of objects, the standard model of objects uses sequential procedure calls. Early research in actors unifed concurrency with objects and provided a basis for use of objects in parallel and distributed systems.

## BibTeX

@inproceedings{conf/europar/Agha00,
author = "Agha, Gul",
editor = "Bode, Arndt and 0002, Thomas Ludwig and Karl, Wolfgang
and Wismüller, Roland",
title = "Object Oriented Architectures, Tools, and Applications",
booktitle = "Euro-Par",
crossref = "conf/europar/2000",
ee = "http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/3-540-44520-X_146",
pages = "1029-1030",
year = "2000",
}

@proceedings{conf/europar/2000,
editor = "Bode, Arndt and 0002, Thomas Ludwig and Karl, Wolfgang
and Wismüller, Roland",
title = "Euro-Par 2000, Parallel Processing, 6th International
Euro-Par Conference, Munich, Germany, August 29 - September 1,
2000, Proceedings",
isbn = "3-540-67956-1",
publisher = "Springer",
series = "Lecture Notes in Computer Science",
volume = "1900",
year = "2000",
}