Manifest: Thursday, 17 February 2000
|Today in class||Elevator Speeches|
|Monday, 21 Feb 11:59pm||Position Paper 2: An Array of Arrays|
|Thursday, 24 Feb, 11am||Send email about assigned readings, see below.|
|Monday, 28 Feb 11:59pm||Position Paper 3: CLUs about Ada|
|Thursday, 2 March in class||Problem Set 2: Types|
Read before Tuesday 22 Feb (handed out 15 Feb):
|·||Barbara Liskov and Jeannette Wing. Behavioral Subtyping Using Invariants and Constraints. CMU-CS-99-156 (based on November 1994 ACM TOPLAS paper).|
Read before Thursday 24 Feb:
|·||Bertrand Meyer. Eiffel: An overview of the language and method From ISE Eiffel: The Environment, 1995.|
|·||Bertrand Meyer. Static typing and other mysteries of life. Keynote lecture at OOPSLA '95.|
Most programming language experts believe Eiffel's type system is
seriously flawed. Can you figure out why?
Clemens Szypersky, Stephen Omohundro, Stephan Murer.
Engineering a Programming Language: The Type and Class System of Sather
. ICSI Techreport TR-93-064.
Sather was designed to fix some of the flaws in Eiffel. Identify at
least one substantial improvement in Sather and send mail to email@example.com
describing it. If you can't, send mail with three questions relating
to the assigned readings. This mail should be received before 11am
on Thursday 24 Feb. |
Stephan Murer, Stephen Omohundro, David Stoutamire and Clemens Szyperski.
Iteration Abstraction in Sather. Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems, Jan 1996.
|Optional, but interesting. Are Sather's iterators more like Algol's call-by-name or CLU's iterators?|
Read before Tuesday 29 Feb (handed out today):
John Viega, Paul Reynolds and Reimer Behrends. Automated Delegation is a Viable Alternative to Multiple Inheritance in Class Based Languages. 1999.
Send me one good quesion or comment about this paper before 11am 29
Feb. John Viega will give a guest lecture based on this work in class on 29 Feb.
Think Java. Write new applications in Java. Rewrite legacy apps with Java.
Don't upgrade or downgrade. Sidegrade instead to a Java desktop device. Don't get hit with the PC's massively negative ROI.
I don't understand why anybody would be programming in anything other than Java.
Scott McNealy, Open Finance (a Sun publication), Spring 1997.
University of Virginia
CS 655: Programming Languages
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