Sunday
Ninth OOPSLA Workshop on Behavioral Semantics
Convention Ctr – 213A
Organizers:
Haim Kilov, Genesis Development Corporation, haimk@acm.org
Kenneth Baclawski, Northeastern University

The purpose of this workshop is to improve the understanding and use of precise semantics in object-oriented specifications and designs. The goal is to bring together theoreticians and practitioners to report their experiences with making semantics precise, clear, concise, and explicit in object-oriented business specifications, business designs, and system specifications. Papers can range from academic research to industrial “war stories.” The workshop continues the tradition of eight previous OOPSLA workshops. The specific objectives this year are to examine the semantics of e-commerce, in particular, e-commerce agents, and to debate the impact of eXtreme Programming and extreme modeling on precise semantics.

URL: http://www.ccs.neu.edu/home/kenb/oopsla2000

Track: Analysis and Design

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