Using roles in Java

@inproceedings{Schrefl2004UsingRI,
  title={Using roles in Java},
  author={Michael Schrefl and Thomas Thalhammer},
  year={2004}
}
Using roles in object-oriented design leads to a more natural representation of a given problem domain. Despite a lot of research into role–based systems, there is still a gap between conceptual representations of roles and the usage of roles in strongly typed object-oriented programming languages such as Cpp or Java. Since these languages associate classes and their instances exclusively and permanently, representing evolving objects that may take on different roles over time is difficult… CONTINUE READING

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