Classes and Subclasses in Actor-Oriented Design Extended Abstract


Actor-oriented languages provide a component composition methodology that emphasizes concurrency. The interfaces to actors are parameters and ports (vs. members and methods in object-oriented languages). Actors interact with one another through their ports via a messaging schema that can follow any of several concurrent semantics (vs. procedure calls, with… (More)

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