Theory and Practice of Object Systems
Theor Pract Object Syst
ISSN (printed): 1074-3227. ISSN (electronic): 1096-9942.
Theory and Practice of Object Systems is an archival peer reviewed journal dedicated to publishing high quality research results. Papers will be selected primarily in areas of Object Technology including but not limited to: Programming languages and models Foundations semantics type theory Database management systems and database languages Concurrency Distribution Software engineering and software development tools and environments Formal specification Metrics and evaluation Analysis and design methods Patterns Novel applications Operating systems Contributions in other areas of object-based computing are also welcome. Research contributions on these aspects will be collected under the interdisciplinary umbrella of the object-oriented approach they have in common rather than from the point of view of the parent discipline. Theoretical papers should either break significant new ground or unify and extend existing theories. Systems papers should emphasize the underlying principles and important discoveries backed up by architectural and implementation details. Published quarterly Theory and Practice of Object Systems (TAPOS) disseminates new but long lasting concepts and results of high quality useful to researchers and practitioners of object technology. The main goal of TAPOS is to make a fundamental contribution to the growth and consolidation of a scientific object community with high intellectual standards. The journal is a service to the object community in that it provides a forum for stringently refereed noteworthy and relevant results.
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