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Integrating abstract data types with object-oriented programming by specification-based approach

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3 Author(s)
Y. Zhong ; Fuji Xerox Inf. Syst. Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan ; S. Ishizuka ; R. Enari

The authors show that the integration of two popular automation-based paradigms, namely, ADT and OOP, can be used to achieve a high level of productivity and reliability. They introduce a system, Stim, (Small talk implementation for algebraic specification of abstract data types), that directly implements the algebraic specification of ADT on Smalltalk-80. Stim takes as an input a hierarchical algebraic specification and generates Smalltalk-80 classes automatically. The authors use an example of specifying a full-scale filing system to illustrate the power of the system.<>

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Computer Languages, 1988. Proceedings., International Conference on

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9-13 Oct. 1988