Objects in real-time systems: issues for language implementors

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Object-oriented languages are now recognized as powerful tools for building large and complex applications. In particular, two central aspects of the object paradigm are encapsulation and inheritance; these provide a sound basis for creating software that is easy to maintain and reuse.

DOI: 10.1145/227986.227991

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@article{Achauer1996ObjectsIR, title={Objects in real-time systems: issues for language implementors}, author={Bruno Achauer}, journal={OOPS Messenger}, year={1996}, volume={7}, pages={21-27} }