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Book Article: BibTeX citation key:  Wagner{1999}
A. Wagner and M. Gogolla, "Semantics of Object-Oriented Languages" in Handbook of Graph Grammars and Computing by Graph Transformation, Volume II, Applications, Languages, and Tools, H. Ehrig, G. Engels, H.-J. Kreowski and G. Rozenberg, Eds. World Scientific, Singapore, 1999, p. 181–211.
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Categories: AG-Gogolla, SAT, [ old ---- Adaptive Kommunikation --- old ]
Creators: Ehrig, Engels, Gogolla, Kreowski, Rozenberg, Wagner
Publisher: {World Scientific, Singapore}
Collection: {Handbook of Graph Grammars and Computing by Graph Transformation, Volume II, Applications, Languages, and Tools}

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Abstract
{Graph transformations can be applied everywhere, where graphs are used as a natural and intuitive description of complex phenomena. One field where this is the case is object modeling. The important role graphs play during object-oriented analysis and design shows their usefulness in the context of object orientation. A main characteristic of graph transformations is its direct operational executability. Combining both observations, it seems to be natural to use graph transformations to specify the operational behavior of objects. In this contribution we follow this idea by providing an operational semantics for the textual object description language TROLL~{\em light} by means of graph transformations. But this is not the only possible application of graph transformations in the object-oriented field because what we are doing can be used also in combination with the graphical object modeling language UML.}
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