Publikation

Titel:
„Towards the systematic use of interfaces in Java programming“
AutorInnen:
Friedrich Steimann
Wolf Siberski
Thomas Kühne
Kategorie:
Konferenzen und Workshops
erschienen in:
Proc 2nd Int Conf on the Principles and Practice of Programming in Java (ACM, 2003) 13–17
Abstract:
Java’s interface construct is widely perceived as a weak surrogate for multiple inheritance. Consequently, it should come as no surprise that despite their potential for writing highly decoupled code, interfaces are used rather sparingly. We have devised a conceptual framework for the utilization of interfaces in Java programs, and suggest tool support lessening the coding effort induced by the introduction and maintenance of additional interfaces, as well as a metrics suit measuring how and to which extent interfaces are actually used.
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11.12.2019