Object-Oriented Computations in Logic Programming

  title={Object-Oriented Computations in Logic Programming},
  author={Andrea Omicini and Antonio Natali},
When interpreted as a model for structuring programs and organizing computations, the object-oriented paradigm can be thought as a set of abstractions independent of the host language. By generalizing the notion of object state configuration with respect to that embedded in languages based on assignment, this paper explores a relational approach to object-oriented programming. An object-oriented model based on the notion of object as structured logic theory, is introduced, allowing instance… CONTINUE READING
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