Polygoth



language
A distributed language integrating classes with a parallel block structure, including multiprocedures and fragments.
[“Operational Semantics of a Distributed Object-Oriented Language and its Z Formal Specification”, M. Benveniste mbenveni@irisa.irisa.fr, TR532, IRISA/INRIA-Rennes].
(1995-10-17)

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