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The Amulet Prototype-Instance Framework

@inproceedings{Myers1998TheAP,
  title={The Amulet Prototype-Instance Framework},
  author={Brad A. Myers and Richard G. McDaniel and Robert c. Miller},
  year={1998}
}
  • Brad A. Myers, Richard G. McDaniel, Robert c. Miller
  • Published 1998
  • Computer Science
  • Amulet is a new kind of object-oriented framework for user interface development that is based on a prototype-instance object system instead of the conventional class-instance object system. In a prototype-instance object system, there is no concept of a “class” since every object can serve as a prototype for other objects, and any instance can override any methods or data values. Amulet is also differentiated by high-level encapsulations of interactive behaviors, and by the ubiquitous use of… CONTINUE READING

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