ECOOP 2005 Workshop

Exception Handling in Object Oriented Systems:

Developing Systems that Handle Exceptions


July 25, 2005

Glasgow, UK


Workshop Programme


09.00-10.30. Session 1.

09.00-09.05.   Welcome (workshop Co-chairs)

09.05-09.50.   Bertrand Meyer (ETH Zurich and Eiffel Software). Disciplined exceptions. Invited talk.

09.50-10.10.   Denis Caromel, Guillaume Chazarain (INRIA Sophia Antipolis). Robust Exception Handling in an Asynchronous Environment

10.10-10.30.   Chen Fu, Barbara G. Ryder (Rutgers University). Testing and Understanding Error Recovery Code in Java Applications


10.30-11.00.   coffee


11.00-12.40. Session 2.

11.00-11.20.   Stijn Mostinckx, Jessie Dedecker, Tom Van Cutsem, Wolfgang De Meuter (Vrije Universiteit). Conversations for Ambient Intelligence

11.20-11.50.   Jan Ploski, Wilhelm Hasselbring (University of Oldenburg). The Callback Problem in Exception Handling

11.50-12.10.   Matti Rintala (Tampere University of Technology). Handling multiple concurrent exceptions in C++ using futures

12.10-12.30.   Michael J. Zastre, R. Nigel Horspool (University of Victoria). Two Techniques for Improving the Performance of Exception Handling

12.30-12.50.   Alexei Iliasov, Alexander Romanovsky (University of Newcastle upon Tyne). CAMA: Structured Coordination Space and Exception Propagation Mechanism for Mobile Agents


12.50-14.00.   Lunch


14.00-15.30. Session 3.

14.00-14.20.   Alfredo Capozucca, Barbara Gallina, Nicolas Guelfi, Patrizio Pelliccione (University of Luxembourg). Modeling Exception Handling: a UML2.0 Platform Independent Profile for CAA

14.20-14.40.   Donna Malayeri, Jonathan Aldrich (Carnegie Mellon University). Practical Exception Specifications

14.40-15.30.   Discussion session: The Role of Exception Handling

Starts with the invited presentation: Andrew P. Black (Portland State University). Exception Handling: The Case Against (14.40-15.00)


15.30-16.00.   coffee


16.00-17.30. Session 4.

16.00-16.20.   Anand Tripathi, Devdatta Kulkarni, Tanvir Ahmed (University of Minnesota). Exception Handling Issues in Context Aware Collaboration Systems for Pervasive Computing

16.20-16.40.   Luis E. Leyva del Foyo, Pedro Mejia-Alvarez, Dionisio de Niz (CINVESTAV-IPN and ITESO). Aligning Exception handling with design by contract in embedded real-time systems development

16.40-17.00.   Fernando Castor Filho, Cecilia Mary Fischer Rubira, Alessandro Garcia (University of Campinas and Lancaster University). A Quantitative Study on the Aspectization of Exception Handling

17.00-17.20.   John Tang Boyland (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee). Position Paper: Handling "Out Of Memory" Errors

17.20-17.30.   wrap up




Romanovsky, A.,  Dony, C.,  Knudsen, J. L.,  Tripathi, A. (Eds.) Developing Systems that Handle Exceptions

Proceedings of ECOOP 2005 Workshop on Exception Handling in Object Oriented Systems. Technical Report No 05-050. Department of Computer Science. LIRMM. Montpellier-II University. 2005. July. France

(The same version can be downloaded here.)


Call for Papers



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