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Following a 13-year culture of excellence, the 14th ECOOP convention repeated the luck of its predecessors. This excellence is unquestionably as a result of the point of adulthood that object-oriented know-how has reached, which warrants its use as a key paradigm in any automatic approach. the foundations of the object-oriented paradigm and the beneficial properties of platforms, languages, instruments, and methodologies according to it are a resource of study rules and ideas to many in all components of laptop technology. ECOOP 2000 confirmed a thriving eld characterised by way of luck at the useful aspect and even as through non-stop scienti c development. Firmly tested as a number one discussion board within the object-oriented enviornment, ECOOP 2000 bought 109 top of the range submissions. After an intensive assessment method, this system committee chosen 20 papers, which good re?ect correct traits in object-oriented examine: item modeling, kind thought, distribution and coo- ration, complex instruments, programming languages. this system committee, c- sisting of 31 exotic researchers in object-orientation, met in Milan, Italy, to pick the papers for inclusion within the technical application of the conference.
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In Simula, any object can act as a coroutine and the basic Simula frameworks includes support for so-called quasi-parallel systems that makes it possible to model real-life systems consisting of a number of interacting processes. Support for concurrency is still an open issue in the sense that there is no common agreement on how to support concurrency in an OO language, despite the fact that a lot of research has been going on in this area. Concurrent Pascal  may be considered the first concurrent OO language, since it is based on the class concept from Simula.