This book presents a survey of the state-of-the-art on techniques for dealing with aliasing in object-oriented programming. It marks the 20th anniversary of the paper The Geneva Convention On The Treatment of Object Aliasing by John Hogg, Doug Lea, Alan Wills, Dennis de Champeaux and Richard Holt. The 22 revised papers were carefully reviewed to ensure the highest quality. The contributions are organized in topical sections on the Geneva convention, ownership, concurrency, alias analysis, controlling effects, verification, programming languages, and visions.
Design and Performance of 3G Wireless Networks and Wireless LANs Cellular phones, especially those enabled by second-generation
telecommunication systems, have had tremendous impacts on our daily lives.
In some countries such as India, the number of cellular phone subscribers
has far exceeded the number of wired phone subscribers. Meanwhile, the
Internet has also significantly changed our...
New Trends in Data Warehousing and Data Analysis (Annals of Information Systems) Most of modern enterprises, institutions, and organizations rely on knowledge-based management systems. In these systems, knowledge is gained from data analysis. Nowadays, knowledge-based management systems include data warehouses as their core components. The purpose of building a data warehouse is twofold. Firstly, to integrate multiple...