Composing Active Objects The Next 700 Concurrent Object-Oriented Languages *

Abstract

Many of the shortcomings of present-day object-oriented programming languages can be traced to two phenomena: (i) the lack of general support for software composition, and (ii) the semantic interference between language features addressing operational and compositional aspects of object-oriented programming. To remedy this situation, we propose the… (More)

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