Path-based rules in object-oriented programming

@inproceedings{Crawford1996PathbasedRI,
  title={Path-based rules in object-oriented programming},
  author={James M. Crawford and Daniel Dvorak and Diane J. Litman and Anil K Mishra and Peter F. Patel-Schneider},
  booktitle={AAAI 1996},
  year={1996}
}
Object-oriented programming has recently emerged as one of the most important programming paradigms. While object-oriented programming clearly owes an intellectual debt to AI, it appears to be displacing some AI techniques, such as rule-based programming, from the marketplace. This need not be so as path-based rules|forward-chaining production rules that are restricted to follow pointers between objects||t into the object-oriented paradigm in a clean and elegant way. The combination of path… CONTINUE READING

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