A Deductive and Typed Object-Oriented Language


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Bal, C.M.R. and Balsters, H. (1993) A Deductive and Typed Object-Oriented Language. In: Proceedings of the 2rd International Conference on Deductive and Object-Oriented Databases (DOOD 1993), 6-8 Dec 1993, Phoenix, Arizona.

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Abstract:In this paper we introduce a logical query language extended with object-oriented typing facilities. This language, called DTL (from DataTypeLog), can be seen as an extension of Datalog equipped with complex objects, object identities, and multiple inheritance based on Cardelli type theory. The language also incorporates a very general notion of sets as first-class objects. The paper offers a formal description of DTL, as well as a denotational semantics for DTL programs.
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Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)
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