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This is the third in an irregular series of columns on Ada 95 technical issues. These columns are intended for distribution through a variety of mechanisms beyond publication in Ada Letters, including posting on comp.lang.ada (gatewayed to the info-ada mailing list), and being stored on the ACM SIGAda World Wide Web (WWW) home page This column is aimed at(More)
CORBA allows distributed systems to be built from software written in multiple programming languages, running on multiple operating systems and hardware platforms. It levels the playing field for Ada developers-placing them on an equal footing with those writing software in C I t and lava. This talk will describe the new elements of the CORBA standard. As(More)
Moderator's note: This report provides a paraphrased, condensed digest of the panel discussion and audience questions, not a verbatim transcript. This session is a little unusual because it consists of one paper followed by a panel that was largely inspired by the paper. But first I want the paper and its author to get a chance to speak for themselves. So(More)
This paper describes the recursive object oriented life-cycle which has been developed in conjunction with the authors' Object Oriented Development (OOD) methods. The basic goals that a life-cycle must satisfy are described and the recursive life-cycle are mapped back to them. A description of how this life-cycle may be implemented within the framework of(More)
August and Wistar rat lymph node cells were found to respond well to PHA stimulation and in mixed lymphocyte culture, as determined by an increased incorporation of 3H-thymidine. August rat lymph node cells were also stimulated by incubation with irradiated syngeneic tumour cells. Allogeneic Wistar rat lymph node cells produced a larger response to the(More)
1 Background Software reuse is a simple idea: reduce the cost of software development by developing less new software. In practice, however, achieving software reuse on a large scale has been frustratingly difficult. Nevertheless, as the complexity and cost of software systems continues to rise, there has been growing interest in really trying to make(More)
Peripolesis is a phenomenon in which a lymphocyte attaches itself to another cell, usually a macrophage or veiled cell, and proceeds to circle around it. In emperipolesis, a related phenomenon, the lymphocyte invaginates the target cell so deeply that it appears to be intracytoplasmic. Lung cells in bronchoalveolar lavage fluids from 20 patients were(More)
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