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Changing Java programs
Proceedings IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance. ICSM 2001
The promises of object-orientation and distributed computing could be delivered if the software we needed were written in stone. But it isn't, it changes. The challenge of distributed object-oriented maintenance is to find a means of evolving software, which already has a distributed client base. Working within this scenario, we observe how certain object-oriented language systems seek to support differing client requirements and service obligations. In particular, we examine how the Javadoi:10.1109/icsm.2001.972761 dblp:conf/icsm/EisenbachS01 fatcat:crl7g7l4grcgzgrpd3xfa32kbe