By Marianne Huchard, Hernan Astudillo, Petko Valtchev (auth.), Jean-Michel Bruel, Zohra Bellahsene (eds.)
For the ?rst time 4 workshops were held along with the eighth Object-Oriented details structures convention, OOIS 2002, to inspire - teraction among researchers and practitioners. Workshop issues are, after all, inline with the conference’s scienti?c scope and supply a discussion board for teams of researchers and practitioners to fulfill jointly extra heavily and to switch reviews and complicated principles, and to percentage initial effects on targeted matters in an environment that fosters interplay and challenge fixing. The convention hosted 4 one-day workshops. The 4 chosen workshops have been absolutely within the spirit of a workshop consultation hosted by way of a chief convention. certainly, OOIS bargains with the entire themes relating to using object-oriented concepts for the improvement of data platforms. The 4 workshops are very speci?c and give a contribution to enlarging the spectrum of the extra normal themes taken care of basically convention. The ?rst workshop fascinated with a truly speci?c and key c- cept of object-oriented improvement, the specialization/generalization hierarchy. the second explored using “non-traditional” methods (at the sting of object-oriented ideas, corresponding to facets, AI, etc.) to enhance reuse. The 3rd workshop handled optimization in Web-based info structures. And ?nally the fourth workshop investigated matters regarding model-driven software program development.
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These concepts are represented in English with just a verb: “to be”. Although we have the three concepts in our minds, conceptual models, as English Hierarchies in Object Oriented Conceptual Modeling 31 language, do not provide us a way to distinguish among them. However, there are some languages that distinguish explicitly among some of these concepts. So, for example, the verb “to be” can be translated to the Spanish language in two different ways: “ser” (that refers to the IS-A concept) and “estar” (that means to be in a state).
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