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International Symposium on
Methodologies and Tools
April 22-23, 1993
7 Theme: Object-oriented technology is
revolutionising software productivity. By using
objects to model the real world, many companies
are making significant savings on software
Object-oriented technology is more than just a
way of programming - when it is applied
throughout the entire software development
cycle, it promotes visualization of problems and
better understanding of requirements, and leads
to clearer and more traceable design, as well as
more maintainable systems.
This symposium confirms the LogOn tradition of
previous high-quality, focused, international
events, and addresses the following aspects of
V Object-oriented analysis and design (OOAD)
V Object-oriented development environments
V In-depth application case studies
7 Symposium topics: The symposium
program includes a series of in-depth
presentations addressing the following topics:
% What OO methods and tools should companies
% How to use an OO methodology in practice.
% The OMG standardization effort.
% Real world case studies using an OO approach:
benefits and problems.
% Steps for integrating object-oriented technology
into an existing software project.
% How much software reuse is realistically
attainable in a company
% What are the benefits of developing reusable
All speakers have a unique background in object
technology and system implementation. Most of
them have appeared in numerous forums around
the world, giving speeches and lecturing on
7 Who should attend: Any executive
responsible for information strategy and
planning. Project and technical managers.
System analyst, system designers and system
integrators. Programmers, developers, and
7 Exhibition: The exhibition at the symposium
will feature a wide spectrum of OO products,
services and publishers.
Partial List of Past and Present Exhibitors at
% Addison Wesley
% BKS Software
% DIGITAL Corp.
% Georg Heeg
% Gopas Software
% Hewlett-Packard Corp.
% Instrumatic Electronic Systems
% Micram Microelectronic
% Objectivity Inc.
% Objective Systems
% O2 Technology
% Patzschke + Rasp
% PBS Professional Business
% Penobscot Development Corp.
% Prentice Hall International
% SES Scientific and Eng.Software
% Symbolics Systemhaus
% SUN Microsystems
% John Wiley & Sons
LogOn+93 Upcoming Events
Meet the protagonist!
Two-day seminar with:
Dr. James Rumbaugh
Object-Oriented Modeling and Design
Date: April 26-27, 1993
Location: Intercontinental Hotel, Frankfurt
Dr. James Rumbaugh is a computer scientist at General
Electric Research and Development Center in Schenectady,
New Your, USA, where he has been working on object-
oriented methodologies and tools for many years. Dr.
Rumbaugh created the OMT methodology, a de-facto
industry standard and designed the Object Modeling Tool
graphic editor. He is also the lead author of the best
selling book Object-Oriented Modeling and Design
published by Prentice Hall, 1991. He and his colleagues
developed the OMT methodology described in the book
based on several real-world applications.
Don`t miss it!
LogOn+93 International Symposium
and Exhibition on
Object-Oriented Database Systems
Date: October 10-12, 1993
Location: Parkhotel, Frankfurt
LogOn+93 OODBMS returns to Frankfurt, after the
success of the +92 edition. LogOn OODBMS is the only
international event exclusively dedicated to Object-
Oriented Database Systems. LogOn+93 OODBMS will
feature a 3day-extended technical session with international
recognized speakers, and an industrial exhibition covering
a wide range of products.
For more information on LogOn+93 events
New tel/fax after 15.2.93! +49-6173-2852
April 22, 1993
8:45 Introduction to the Symposium
Symposium Technical Chair
Roberto Zicari is Professor of Database and
Information Systems at the JW-Goethe University
at Frankfurt and Technical Director of LogOn.
9:00 The OMG Role in OO Open
Object Management Group, Inc. (USA)
Dr. Richard Soley is Vice President and Technical
Director of the Object Management Group (OMG),
an international consortium of over 300
companies all over the world, working to
standardize heterogeneous distributed application
integration. Dr. Soley is responsible for the
technical vision of the organization and oversees
the product direction of OMG`s standardization
committee.Dr.Soley holds a PhDdegree from MIT.
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Pragmatics of Building OO
Systems using the Booch
Rational Europe (France)
Marc Goldberg is Object Oriented Product Manager
for Rational Europe in Paris. He has led the
development of several decision support systems
using object-oriented technology and has been
involved in developing a CASE environment in
C++. He is an authority in applying the Booch
method in real life projects.
12:15 Objectory: A Use Case Driven
Objective Systems (Sweden)
Sten Jacobson is Manager at Objective Systems.
He is a recognized expert of the Objectory
methodology as defined in the new book "Object-
Oriented Software Engineering", published by
Addison Wesley, 1992.
14:45 A Pragmatic and Field-Proven
Approach to OO Software
VSF Ltd. (UK)
John Pocock is Technology Executive at VSF, a
wholly-owned subsidiary of the MAIT Group of
Companies. Mr. Pocock is responsible for the
technology directions of the company. He has
previously worked for Plessey (UK) and was one of
the Co-founder of Systematica(UK). Mr. Pocock
holds a first class Honours degree in Mathematics
from Southampton University.
15:45 Introducing the Object
Technology in Complex Projects
Instrumatic Electronic Systems (Germany)
Dr. Georg Beier is a consultant at Instrumatic
Electronic Systems. His main activities are in the
areas of software engineering and organizational
structure. Dr. Beier holds a degree in Physics from
the Technical University of Munich.
16:45 Coffee break
17:45 Which OO Methods and Tools
Should We Choose? Panel
Moderator: Richard Soley (OMG)
Panelists: Marc Goldberg (Rational)
and others to be announced.
18:30 Products Special Demo
19:00 End of the first day
April 23, 1993
8:30 Dynamic Modeling of Real World
Objects with Smalltalk
Si-Dynamics (Germany / USA)
Alfred Peisl is CEO of Si-Dynamics.
9:30 Coffee break
10:00 Working Objects: Some Real-
Life Experiences in applying OO
Development tools at Digital
Digital Corporation (France)
Andrew Buchanan is an international consultant
for Digital Corporation. He has been working with
OO technology since 1981. Mr. Buchanan main
activity is in the integration of OO technology
with relational and OO databases.
11:15 Experiences with OO Technology
at Hewlett Packard
Otmar Degenhard is member of the CASE
Competence Center of Hewlett-Packard in
12:15 ROCK: Including knowledge
representations into objects
Carnegie Group, Inc. (USA)
Dr. Russell is Vice President/ GTT Division
Manager (Government, Text, Technology) at
Carnegie Group. He has 24 years of experience in
software engineering. Dr. Russell+s most recent
position was Vice President of Product
Development at Non-Procedural systems(USA).
Dr. Russell holds degrees from Harvard, the
University of Wisconsin, and the National
University of Ireland.
14:45 Objects Reusability in Practice?
CenterLine Software, Inc. (USA)
Sesha Pratap is Chairman and Co-founder of
CenterLine Software, Inc. (formerly Saber
Software). Prior to launching CenterLine Software,
Mr. Pratap specialized in evaluating potential
investments in computer and computer-related
industries for the venture capital firm of James D.
Wolfensohn, Inc. Mr. Pratap has more than 10
years of experience in system programming and
teaching. Mr. Pratap is also board member of the
Object Management Group (OMG)
16:00 Kala - When an OODBMS
Sergiu S. Simmel
Penobscot Development Corp. (USA)
Sergiu Simmel is President and CEO of Penobscot
Development Corp, and the main designer of the
Kala data manager. Mr. Simmel has several years
experience of software development in industry.
17:15 Coffee Break
17:45 Adaptive Software: A Step
Beyond OO Software
Demeter International, Inc. (USA)
Dr. Karl Lieberherr is Director of Research and
Development at Demeter Int. He is also Director of
the Center for Software Sciences and Professor
at the Northeastern University in Boston.
Formerly he was a member of technical staff at
GTE Laboratories. Dr. Lieberherr is an
internationally recognized authority in the area of
International Symposium on Object-Oriented
Methodologies and Tools, April 22-23, 1993
APPLICATION FORM ANMELDEFORMULAR
Language/Sprache: The official language of the
symposium will be English. Die offizielle Sprache des
Symposiums ist englisch.
Documentation / Dokumentation: You will receive a
complete documentation of the symposium, as well as
exhibitor information. Sie erhalten eine komplette
Dokumentation des Symposiums sowie Aussteller-
How to register / Anmeldung: The registration fee is
DM 1695,-- (+ 15% VAT). The registration fee includes
documentation, list of exhibitors, lunch and coffeebreaks.
Die Teilnahmegebhr betr
MwSt.), einschlie'lich Dokumentation,
Ausstellerverzeichnis, Kaffeepausen und Mittagessen.
Special PackageOption Please check/bitte ankreuzen (C)
 LogOn`93 Int.Symposium on OO Methodologies and Tools
(22-23.4) DM. 1695,-
 LogOn`93 Int. Symp. on OO Methodologies and Tools (22-
23.4) + Two-day Seminar with Dr. J.Rumbaugh (26-27.4).
+15% Mwst (VAT) DM.
Please complete the application form and mail it to:Fr Ihre
Anmeldung fllen Sie bitte das Anmeldungsformular aus und
senden Sie es an: LogOn,
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Place / Ort: The symposium will be held at : Ort des
Symposiums: Intercontinental Hotel,
Wilhelm-Leuschner- Str. 43,
6000 Frankfurt am Main 1,
tel +49-69-2605-0 fax. +49-69-26052221
Cancellation / Rcktritt: In case of a cancellation prior
to March 22, 1993, LogOn will charge a fee of DM. 90.-
(+15%VAT). After March 23, 1993, LogOn will charge 50%
of the registration fee. In case of cancellation after April 12,
1993, the total amount is due. Cancellations must be made by
writing and you must receive a cancellation number to make it
valid. Substitutions can be made at any time.Im Falle einer
Stornierung der Anmeldung bis zum 22.3.1993 erheben wir
eine Bearbeitungsgebhr von DM 90,- (zuzgl. 15% MwSt.).
Nach dem 23.3.1993 wird 50% der Teilnahmegebhr in
Rechnung gestellt. Bei Absagen nach dem 12.4.1992 wird die
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mitgeteilt werden und werden durch eine Stornierungsnummer
Accomodation/Zimmerreservierung: A limited
number of rooms has been reserved at a special rate at the
conference hotel. Please make reservations directly at the
hotel, referring to the LogOn Symposium (single room: DM
250,-). Fr Konferenzteilnehmer steht ein begrenztes
Zimmerkontingent im Hotel Intercontinental zur Verfgung.
Bitte nehmen Sie Reservierungen direkt im Hotel unter
Berufung auf die LogOn Veranstaltung vor. (EZ: DM 250,-)