Group Members

@inproceedings{Jung2000GroupM,
  title={Group Members},
  author={J. Jung and T. Holmgaard and Martin Siegumfeldt},
  year={2000}
}
ion The sense of abstraction in a programming language is to hide low level details of what happens when programming in that language. A simple evaluation as ”foo = 1+2”, is easy to understand for a programmer, but is in fact quite complex in the terms of how many low level steps are required to actually carry out the equation. As an example of the abstraction level in Nomad, the use of chords allows the programmer to think in a sense of state machines when writing an application. As nomad… Expand
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