Subject-Oriented Programming (A Critique of Pure Objects)

@inproceedings{Harrison1993SubjectOrientedP,
  title={Subject-Oriented Programming (A Critique of Pure Objects)},
  author={William H. Harrison and Harold Ossher},
  booktitle={OOPSLA},
  year={1993}
}
Object-Oriented technology is often described in terms of an interwoven troika of themes: encapsulation, polymorphism, and inheritance. But these themes are firmly tied with the concept of identity. If object-oriented technology is to be successfully scaled from the development of independent applications to development of integrated suites of applications, it must relax its emphasis on the objecf. The technology must recognize more directly that a multiplicity of subjective views delocalizes… CONTINUE READING
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