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Support for Object Oriented Transactions in Timor

By: J. Leslie Keedy, Klaus Espenlaub, Christian Heinlein, Gisela Menger Frans Henskens, Michael Hannaford

Abstract

The programming language Timor builds on the basic concepts of object orientation but adds further features not commonly found in OO languages, including the separation of types from their implementations and the separation of subtyping from code reuse. It also adds two new kinds of types, known as qualifying types and attribute types, which allow independent components to be defined and implemented for use in a manner similar to the use of adjectives in natural languages.

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J. Leslie Keedy, Klaus Espenlaub, Christian Heinlein, Gisela Menger Frans Henskens, Michael Hannaford, “Support for Object Oriented Transactions in Timor”, Journal of Object Technology, Volume 5, no. 2 (March 2006), pp. 103-124, doi:10.5381/jot.2006.5.2.a1.

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