OOPSLA'98 WORKSHOP #13
Reflective Programming in C++ and Java
Sunday, October 18th, 1998
Reflective programming is a new object-oriented programming paradigm which
is today of high interest in many application fields and research areas.
This approach provides a new type of indirection to optimize and add
properties to application programs or to improve their flexibility.
Although reflective features exist in some programming languages, many
reflective versions of standard languages have emerged (OpenC++,
Reflective Java, MetaJava, etc.) and are used for the development of
applications and systems. This workshop aims bring together developers of
practical systems using reflective programming in various domains, to share
experience and requirements. What metainformation is really useful in
practice and what the real difference is with respect to conventional
object-oriented programming should be clarified.
Submission deadline has expired.
Jean-Charles Fabre and Shigeru Chiba Ed.
Proceedings of Workshop
on Reflective Programming in C++ and Java
UTCCP Report 98-4, Center for Computational Physics, University of Tsukuba,
ISSN 1344-3135, October 1998.
The room allocated for this workshop is Number 9 in the Convention
Center. The capacity of this room is 40 people at most.
This is strict limitations. The following is a message from the
The bottom line is, you simply cannot exceed this headcount
due to fire regulations. We *will* turn excess people away,
and if we don't, the fire marshall will.
Guidelines for Final Manuscript
Please send the final version of your paper in postscript to Shigeru Chiba
Five pages have been allocated to both short and long presentations.
All papers must be received no later than September 25th. This is a STRONG
Papers received beyond this date will not be included in the workshop
As for formatting instructions, please refer to
CHI Conference Publication Format
For LaTeX users, this sample source file
Note: Please don't print page numbers.
Camera ready deadline : September 25th, 1998 (STRICT)
Workshop date: October 18th, 1998
Dr. Jean-Charles Fabre
LAAS-CNRS, 7 Avenue du Colonel Roche
31077 Toulouse cedex 4, France
Phone: +33 / 561-33-6236
Fax: +33 / 561-33-6411
E-mail : Jean-Charles.Fabre@laas.fr
Prof. Shigeru Chiba
Institute of Information Science and Electronics,
University of Tsukuba,
Tennodai, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-8573, Japan
Phone: +81 / 298-53-5349
Fax: +81 / 298-53-5206