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This book – inspired by two ECOOP workshops on exception handling - is composed of five parts; the first four address exception handling and related topics in the context of programming languages, concurrency and operating systems, pervasive computing systems, and requirements and specifications. The last part offers case studies, experimentation and qualitative comparisons. The 16 coherently written chapters by leading researchers... more...

Modern software systems are becoming more complex in many ways and have to cope with a growing number of abnormal situations which, in turn, are increasingly complex to handle. The most general way of dealing with these problems is by incorporating exception handling techniques in software design. In the past, various exception handling models and techniques have been proposed and many of them are part of practical languages and software composition... more...