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A method for integrating classification within an object-oriented environment

Author: John Hamer; John G Hosking; Warwick B Mugridge; University of Auckland. Department of Computer Science.
Publisher: Auckland, N.Z. : University of Auckland, Dept. of Computer Science, [1990]
Series: Auckland computer science report, 48.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Abstract: "One of the central principles of object-oriented programming is that object behaviour is defined internally. Curiously, in most object oriented languages an object does not have any control over its own classification; classification is decided outside of the object, before the object is created. This paper presents a mechanism called dynamic classification that provides a general solution to this  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Hamer; John G Hosking; Warwick B Mugridge; University of Auckland. Department of Computer Science.
OCLC Number: 33325883
Notes: "October 1990."
Description: [9] leaves : illustrations ; 30 cm.
Series Title: Auckland computer science report, 48.
Responsibility: J. Hamer, J.G. Hosking, and W.B. Mugridge.

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Abstract: "One of the central principles of object-oriented programming is that object behaviour is defined internally. Curiously, in most object oriented languages an object does not have any control over its own classification; classification is decided outside of the object, before the object is created. This paper presents a mechanism called dynamic classification that provides a general solution to this problem. In addition, this mechanism allows casual (non-type) object relationships to be expressed within a uniform framework."

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