• Computer Science
  • Published 1992

UFO - United Functions and Objects: Draft Language Description

@inproceedings{Sargeant1992UFOU,
  title={UFO - United Functions and Objects: Draft Language Description},
  author={John Sargeant},
  year={1992}
}
UFO is a general-purpose, implicitly parallel language designed to allow a wide range of applications to be eeciently implemented on a wide range of parallel machines while minimising the conceptual diiculties for the programmer. To achieve this, it draws on the experience gained in the functional and object-oriented \worlds" and attempts to bring these worlds together in a harmonious fashion. 

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