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R++: adding path-based rules to C++

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5 Author(s)
Litman, D. ; Res. Dept., AT&T Labs., Florham Park, NJ, USA ; Patel-Schneider, P.F. ; Mishra, A. ; Crawford, J.
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Object-oriented languages and rule-based languages offer two distinct and useful programming abstractions. However, previous attempts to integrate data-driven rules into object-oriented languages have typically achieved an uneasy union at best. R++ is a new, closer integration of the rule-based and object-oriented paradigms that extends C++ with a single programming construct, the path-based rule, as a new kind of class member. Path-based rules-data-driven rules that are restricted to following pointers between objects-are like automatic methods that are triggered by changes to the objects they monitor. Path-based rules provide a useful level of abstraction that encourages a more declarative style of programming and are valuable in object-oriented designs as a means of modeling dynamic collections of interdependent objects. Unlike more traditional pattern-matching rules, path-based rules are not at odds with the object-oriented paradigm and offer performance advantages for many natural applications

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Knowledge and Data Engineering, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:14 ,  Issue: 3 )

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May/Jun 2002

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