Concurrent object-oriented programming using term graph rewriting techniques
AuthorPapadopoulos, George Angelos
SourceInformation and Software Technology
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The generalized computational model of Term Graph Rewriting Systems is used as the basis for expressing concurrent object-oriented programming techniques exploiting the fine grain highly parallel features of TGRS in a language independent fashion that renders it able to act as the basis for developing specific languages based on object-orientation but also to study and compare existing approaches to the modelling of object-oriented programming techniques such as delegation, various forms of inheritance, etc.
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