Abstract session: an object structural pattern

@inproceedings{Pryce2001AbstractSA,
  title={Abstract session: an object structural pattern},
  author={Nat Pryce},
  year={2001}
}
Object-oriented frameworks are structured in terms of client/server relationships between objects; an object's services are invoked by client objects through the operations of its interface. A common design requirement is for a server object to maintain state for each client that it is serving. Typically this is implemented by returning handles or untyped pointers to the client that are used to identify the per-client data structure holding its state. The lack of strong typing can lead to… CONTINUE READING

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