A Simple, Symmetric, Subjective Foundation for Object-, Aspect- and Context-Oriented Programming
Abstract: Korz is a new computational model that combines implicit arguments (constituting context) with multiple dispatch, in a slot-based model. Slots from a multidimensional space are drawn together into “objects” subjectively, in different ways in different contexts. The combination of these few concepts powerfully supports evolution and contextual variation along multiple dimensions. Korz holds promise as a foundation for future languages that deeply integrate object-oriented, aspect-oriented and context-oriented capabilities. Nonetheless, a number of issues remain to be resolved.
Conference DayMon 20 OctDisplayed time zone: Tijuana, Baja California change
13:30 - 15:00
|The Success, Failure, and Future of Distributed Objects|
|A Simple, Symmetric, Subjective Foundation for Object-, Aspect- and Context-Oriented Programming|
Harold OssherIBM Research, David UngarIBM Research, Doug KimelmanIBM Research, I: James NobleVictoria University of WellingtonFile Attached