On the Benefits and Problems of the Object-oriented Paradigm including a Finnish Study

@inproceedings{Paetau2005OnTB,
  title={On the Benefits and Problems of the Object-oriented Paradigm including a Finnish Study},
  author={Patrik Paetau and Tiina Kurki},
  year={2005}
}
ion is when a client of a module doesn’t need to know more than what is in the interface. The object is in other words an entity that is clearly delimited from its environment, although objects of course have contact with the environment (Taylor, 1992, p. 47). One main difference between an object and a module is that an object rarely operates in isolation… CONTINUE READING