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Steps toward next generation computer based systems

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The path toward next generation computer based systems lies through global unification of main software components that results in series of hardware coprocessors. The proposed strategy is a deep level of revising and rebuilding of all existing systems from operating systems and programming languages to applications on the basis of functional coprocessors. It should be stressed that this methodology can be realized for new or current systems and does not demand to rebuild all existing systems or their components simultaneously. The author's original formal theory and support tools allowed to realize such global unification for language and access components in software. Applied area is very wide and only some aspects regarding operating systems, networking, data and knowledge modeling and representation, database systems, graphics, interpreters and programming languages are discussed in this paper

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Engineering of Computer-Based Systems, 1999. Proceedings. ECBS '99. IEEE Conference and Workshop on

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7-12 Mar 1999