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A couple of years ago when the term "object-oriented" was less popular, we found that we needed a language that had some of the object-oriented capabilities of C++, KEE TM (b), and Smalltalk. The languages that were available at that time ran only on special purpose hardware and were not...
Method representation in most object-oriented programing languages is too procedural and less declarative and expressive. Logic programming with declarative semantics can contribute a lot to the expressiveness of representing methods. Therefore, it is very desirable to combine logic programming...
We discuss two interpretations of methods and classes in object-oriented programming and demonstrate a type system based on the notion of methods as graphs. Definitionally, a class may be viewed as a data structure associated with either a collection of method interfaces or a collection of...
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