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Travelled to:
1 × Italy
1 × The Netherlands
2 × Canada
4 × USA
Collaborated with:
A.Borning G.Lopez J.Maloney R.Duisberg A.Kramer M.Woolf R.J.Walker G.C.Murphy D.Wright D.Swanson J.Isaak
Talks about:
constraint (8) languag (3) object (3) program (2) system (2) imper (2) kaleidospac (1) kaleidoscop (1) technolog (1) smalltalk (1)

Person: Bjørn N. Freeman-Benson

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Facilitated 1 volumes:


Contributed to:

OOPSLA 19981998
ECOOP 19941994
OOPSLA 19941994
ECOOP 19921992
TOOLS USA 19921992
OOPSLA 19901990
OOPSLA 19891989
OOPSLA 19871987

Wrote 9 papers:

OOPSLA-1998-WalkerMFWSI #modelling #visualisation
Visualizing Dynamic Software System Information Through High-Level Models (RJW, GCM, BNFB, DW, DS, JI), pp. 271–283.
ECOOP-1994-LopezFB #constraints
Constraints and Object Identity (GL, BNFB, AB), pp. 260–279.
OOPSLA-1994-LopezFB #constraints #imperative #implementation #programming language #virtual machine
Implementing Constraint Imperative Programming Languages: The Kaleidospace’93 Virtual Machine (GL, BNFB, AB), pp. 259–271.
ECOOP-1992-Freeman-BensonB #constraints #object-oriented
Integrating Constraints with an Object-Oriented Language (BNFB, AB), pp. 268–286.
TOOLS-USA-1992-BorningF #constraints
Constraint-Based Languages and Systems (AB, BNFB), p. 266.
OOPSLA-ECOOP-1990-Freeman-Benson #constraints #imperative #named #programming
Kaleidoscope: Mixing Objects, Constraints and Imperative Programming (BNFB), pp. 77–88.
OOPSLA-1989-Freeman-Benson #constraints #smalltalk
A Module Mechanism for Constraints in Smalltalk (BNFB), pp. 389–396.
OOPSLA-1989-MaloneyBF #constraints #interface
Constraint Technology fur User-Interface Construction in ThingLab II (JM, AB, BNFB), pp. 381–388.
OOPSLA-1987-BorningDFKW #constraints
Constraint Hierarchies (AB, RD, BNFB, AK, MW), pp. 48–60.

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