An object-oriented constraint language using a single abstraction mechanism developed by Bruce Horn of CMU in 1991. Siri is a conceptual blend of BETA and Bertrand. It is similar to Kaleidoscope.
[“Constraint Patterns as a Basis for Object-Oriented Constraint Programming”, B. Horn, OOPSLA ’92 (Sept 1992)].
noun, Pathology. 1. sunstroke.
noun 1. John J(oseph) 1904–1992, U.S. jurist: chief judge, district court for District of Columbia 1971–74; tried Watergate cases 1973–74.
noun 1. the male parent of a quadruped. 2. a respectful term of address, now used only to a male sovereign. 3. Archaic. a father or forefather. a person of importance or in a position of authority, as a lord. verb (used with object), sired, siring. 4. to beget; procreate as the father. noun 1. […]
a breastplate, the Sidonian name of Hermon (q.v.), Deut. 3:9; Ps. 29:6.