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Information Hiding and the Complexity of Constraint Satisfaction [chapter]

Remco C. Veltkamp, Richard H. M. C. Kelleners
1995 Eurographics  
Ultimately, under strict information hiding, constraint satisfaction on complex objects cannot be guaranteed.  ...  On the other hand, preserving strict information hiding increases the complexity of constraint satisfaction, or severely limits the power of the constraint solver.  ...  It appears that most constraint systems in an object-oriented environment infringe the information hiding principle to some extent.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-7091-9457-7_5 fatcat:hwskzf77nnfmtcosellcopmfd4

A Comprehensive Review on Pixel Oriented and Object Oriented Methods for Information Extraction from Remotely Sensed Satellite Images with a Special Emphasis on Cryospheric Applications

Shridhar D. Jawak, Prapti Devliyal, Alvarinho J. Luis
2015 Advances in Remote Sensing  
The present review focuses on the strengths and weaknesses of traditional pixel-based classification (PBC) and the advances of object-oriented classification (OOC) algorithms employed for the extraction  ...  The present review would be beneficial for developing new classifiers in the cryospheric environment for better understanding of spatial-temporal changes over long time scales.  ...  OOC can also be integrated with other spatial data in vector-based GIS environments and can be used widely in spatial analysis.  ... 
doi:10.4236/ars.2015.43015 fatcat:2buitjcwwbekrk6bcb7k6gljsq

Persistent evidence of a jovian mass solar companion in the Oort cloud

John J. Matese, Daniel P. Whitmire
2011 Icarus (New York, N.Y. 1962)  
inclination i = 103 degree (or the opposite direction) with an uncertainty in the normal direction subtending ~ 2% of the sky.  ...  Our most restrictive prediction is that the orientation angles of the orbit normal in galactic coordinates are centered on the galactic longitude of the ascending node Omega = 319 degree and the galactic  ...  We also acknowledge the guidance in statistical matters that has been provided by Charles L. Anderson.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2010.11.009 fatcat:hkhpmu4kurhrjehsp6jwzhgmcu

Object-Oriented Graphics [chapter]

Edwin H. Blake, Peter Wisskirchen
1989 Advances in Computer Graphics V  
In every scientific community that is related to an engineering discipline, the craft of designing an artifact is a main topic of research.  ...  or informal design methods, programming languages and techniques, and software environments for programming or testing purposes.  ...  Constraints in an object-oriented environment specify relations among objects that have to remain valid.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-61340-1_5 fatcat:sqpjkhndvffevnsecvgwas74he

Instrumentation of standard libraries in object-oriented languages

Michael Factor, Assaf Schuster, Konstantin Shagin
2004 SIGPLAN notices  
Due to their special status within the language infrastructure, the standard class libraries, also known as system classes, provided by most contemporary object-oriented languages are difficult and sometimes  ...  In fact, this is the first technique that enables dynamic instrumentation of Java system classes without modification of any runtime components.  ...  Root class Most modern object-oriented languages, e.g., Java, Smalltalk and C#, have an object class at the top of their class hierarchy (java.lang.Object in Java, Object in Smalltalk, System.Object in  ... 
doi:10.1145/1035292.1029000 fatcat:s7nrugqlrnefhfpgysm6suqs24

Communication in Multi-player Role Playing Games – The Effect of Medium [chapter]

Anders Tychsen, Jonas Heide Smith, Michael Hitchens, Susana Tosca
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Here results are presented of an experimental study of role-playing gamers in Pen-and-Paper and computer-supported settings.  ...  These results are discussed in the light of differences between the two gaming forms and finally some design implications are discussed.  ...  A special thanks to the players and GMs who participated in the game sessions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11944577_28 fatcat:4iderrwsaraw3kn6ju4bw63l2a

A Reuse Reference Grid for Strategic Reuse Goals Assessment

L.J. Waguespack, W.T. Schiano
2006 Proceedings of the 39th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS'06)  
Large-scale reuse is an expensive endeavor whose benefits are realized when it is applied strategically rather than tactically. The distinction eludes many (and challenges most) IS managers.  ...  We present a reuse reference grid for managers to use as an assessment framework to help categorize and assess the cost/benefit of their current level of reuse as a prelude to considering future reuse  ...  Gartner predicted that in 2005, 80 percent of all new application development project spending would employ object-oriented analysis and design [5] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2006.27 dblp:conf/hicss/WaguespackS06 fatcat:zc4ekm7enzazpflhx62cwouzvi

Watershed Segmentation Algorithm Based on Luv Color Space Region Merging for Extracting Slope Hazard Boundaries

Mingmei Zhang, Yongan Xue, Yonghui Ge, Jinling Zhao
2020 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
difference of 400. (2) The total processing time for segmentation and merging of unstable slopes was 39.702 s, much lower than the maximum likelihood classification method and a little more than the object-oriented  ...  To accurately identify slope hazards based on high-resolution remote sensing imagery, an improved watershed segmentation algorithm is proposed.  ...  Object-Oriented Classification A multiscale segmentation algorithm is adopted in object-oriented classification (OOC), the key of which is determining the optimal segmentation parameters.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi9040246 fatcat:qrldfpcasrfsbbehauq3fvccay

Meta-modelling and graph grammars for multi-paradigm modelling in AToM3

Juan de Lara, Hans Vangheluwe, Manuel Alfonseca
2004 Journal of Software and Systems Modeling  
As an example of multi-paradigm modelling we present a meta-model for the Object-Oriented Continuous Simulation Language OOCSMP, in which we combine ideas from UML class diagrams (to express the OOCSMP  ...  AToM 3 supports modelling of complex systems using different formalisms, all meta-modelled in their own right.  ...  OOCSMP is a (textual) object-oriented continuous simulation language whose development started in Madrid in 1997.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10270-003-0047-5 fatcat:vpk5s4b7ojcazjiryf45i2hg4i

Automated CORBA-Based Application Management [chapter]

Reinhold Kröger, Markus Debusmann, Christoph Weyer, Erik Brossler, Paul Davern, Aiden Mcdonald
1999 Distributed Applications and Interoperable Systems II  
The CORBA middleware is used for integrating llie management objects, relying on gateways for incorporating traditional environments, like SNMP.  ...  This paper describes an architecture and the current project status of a flexible management environment primarily used for configuration, event and performance management of distributed applications.  ...  For both environments ORBacus/Omnibroker 3.0 and the JThreads/C++ thread library, both from Object-Oriented Concepts (OOC), have been used.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35565-8_19 fatcat:5ojha37bbbd7hdppinwe5ig7aa

Mapping semantics of CORBA IDL and GIOP to open core protocol for portability and interoperability of SDR waveform components

Grégory Gailliard, Hugues Balp, Michel Sarlotte, François Verdier
2008 Proceedings of the conference on Design, automation and test in Europe - DATE '08  
models, simulation/execution environments, interaction semantics and communication protocols.  ...  Patterns, middlewares and frameworks have been used for decades in software architecture to address the main problems encountered today by the MPSoC and NoC communities: heterogeneity of languages, programming  ...  In an object-oriented approach, the data types used by the mapper could be defined in CORBA IDL 2.0 as: Because the "bit" type doesn't exist, we choose a byte or octet.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1403375.1403455 fatcat:w3cpoeskibcwxcoetncwhlqnom

Mapping Semantics of CORBA IDL and GIOP to Open Core Protocol for Portability and Interoperability of SDR Waveform Components

Gregory Gailliard, Hugues Balp, Michel Sarlotte, Francois Verdier
2008 2008 Design, Automation and Test in Europe  
models, simulation/execution environments, interaction semantics and communication protocols.  ...  Patterns, middlewares and frameworks have been used for decades in software architecture to address the main problems encountered today by the MPSoC and NoC communities: heterogeneity of languages, programming  ...  In an object-oriented approach, the data types used by the mapper could be defined in CORBA IDL 2.0 as: Because the "bit" type doesn't exist, we choose a byte or octet.  ... 
doi:10.1109/date.2008.4484701 dblp:conf/date/GailliardBSV08 fatcat:g4neof2hqzccdgyxz4icq7nq34

(Re)sensing the observer: offering an open order cybernetics

Andrea Gaugusch, Bill Seaman
2004 Technoetic Arts  
in order to finally grasp an understanding of multi-sense-oriented "brain mechanisms".  ...  Out of an OOC perspective objects carry their meaning due to (reciprocal) linguistic actions that form them as meaningful things in the here-and-now.  ... 
doi:10.1386/tear.2.1.17/0 fatcat:ttrvvw5xn5exthyf4izqqj3nga

Computing, Social Activity, and Entertainment: A Field Study of a Game MUD

Jack Muramatsu, Mark S. Ackerman
1998 Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)  
Are game and entertainment systems different than work-oriented systems? What drives the user's experience in a collaborative game?  ...  Our interest is in how this social world is arranged and managed (rather than, for example, in how participants form or display individual identities).  ...  In addition, the other members of our research team, Wayne Lutters and Dave McDonald, contributed greatly towards our understanding of game MUDs and other Net phenomena.  ... 
doi:10.1023/a:1008636204963 fatcat:5rllwrafjnhm5bvxloezydjzk4

The Technological Dimension of a Massive Open Online Course: The Case of the CCK08 Course Tools

Antonio Fini
2009 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
In 2008, a new term emerged in the already crowded e-learning landscape: MOOC, or massive open online course.  ...  Time constraints, language barriers, and ICT skills affected the participants' choice of tools; for example, learners favoured the passive, filtered mailing list over interactive but time-consuming discussion  ...  While it is obvious that learners willing to attend an online course should have adequate ICT skills, language is also an issue because OOCs have been provided in English generally.  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v10i5.643 fatcat:yt7bd6a7i5gxjhwuu42i6mvtge
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