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Modeling stateful systems in Java


2009-08-28, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Hamburg

Modeling stateful systems in Java

Abstract: This paper deals with implementing stateful systems in the Java programming language. The state pattern is explained and applied in several ways to a simple example. Other design ideas are then discussed, specifically the use of modern Java capabilites, deviating from the structural properties of the traditional pattern.

This paper was written for the "Concepts of object-oriented programming languages" that was conducted by Axel Schmolitzky and Christian Späh in the summer of 2009.



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