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Heron is a platform for object-oriented distributed computing in an open systems environment. We try to achieve a degree of distribution transparency previously known only from special distributed programming systems, while at the same time accommodating heterogeneous, autonomous computer systems. Distributed programs are written in Eiiel. The Eiiel(More)
This paper presents the first implementation of Plankalkül, the programming notation invented by the German engineer Konrad Zuse in 1945. Plankalkül is a high-level imperative programming language. In Plankalkül, programs are functions which can be called non-recursively in other programs. There are no preliminary variable declarations: the type of a(More)
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