CLOS

An environment for DEVS-based multiformalism simulation in common lisp/CLOS CLOS stands for Common Lisp Object System and is pronounced ”see loss” or ”kloss”. (Opinions differ as to which is right.) CLOS is the part of Common Lisp that is directly concerned with the usual features of object-oriented programming, such as classes and methods. CLOS contains a number of complex and powerful features, but it is not necessary to understand all of CLOS in order to use it effectively. The basic parts of CLOS, which will be covered here, include pretty much everything you’d find in a typical object-oriented language, plus a few other things, and are sufficient for a wide range of applications.


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  1. Bettini, Lorenzo; Capecchi, Sara; Damiani, Ferruccio: On flexible dynamic trait replacement for Java-like languages (2013)
  2. Lievens, David; Harrison, William: Abstraction over implementation structure with symmetrically encapsulated multimethods (2013)
  3. Dovland, Johan; Johnsen, Einar Broch; Owe, Olaf; Steffen, Martin: Incremental reasoning with lazy behavioral subtyping for multiple inheritance (2011)
  4. Kim, Jieung; Ryu, Sukyoung: Coq mechanization of featherweight fortress with multiple dispatch and multiple inheritance (2011)
  5. Wickham, Hadley: Mutable objects in R (2011)
  6. Bettini, Lorenzo; Capecchi, Sara; Venneri, Betti: Dynamic overloading with copy semantics in object-oriented languages: a formal account (2009)
  7. Bettini, Lorenzo; Capecchi, Sara; Venneri, Betti: Featherweight Java with dynamic and static overloading (2009)
  8. Ducasse, Stéphane; Girba, Tudor; Kuhn, Adrian; Renggli, Lukas: Meta-environment and executable meta-language using smalltalk: an experience report (2009)
  9. Hwang, Moon Ho; Zeigler, Bernard P.: Expressiveness of verifiable hierarchical clock systems (2008)
  10. Kumar, Rajeev; Agrawal, Vikram: Multiple dispatch in reflective runtime environment (2007)
  11. Johnsen, Einar Broch; Owe, Olaf; Yu, Ingrid Chieh: Creol: A type-safe object-oriented model for distributed concurrent systems (2006)
  12. Zdun, Uwe: Tailorable language for behavioral composition and configuration of software components (2006)
  13. Bakić, Aleksandar M.; Mutka, Matt W.: Integrating on-line performance visualization and real-time system design (2005)
  14. Bettini, Lorenzo; Capecchi, Sara; Venneri, Betti: Translating double dispatch into single dispatch. (2005)
  15. Johnsen, Einar Broch; Owe, Olaf: A dynamic binding strategy for multiple inheritance and asynchronously communicating objects (2005)
  16. Naumann, David A.: Assertion-based encapsulation, object invariants and simulations (2005)
  17. Zdun, Uwe: Supporting incremental and experimental software evolution by runtime method transformations (2004)
  18. Fillies, Christian; Wood-Albrecht, Gay; Weichhardt, Frauke: Pragmatic applications of the Semantic Web using SemTalk. (2003)
  19. Gallesio, Erick; Serrano, Manuel: Programming graphical user interfaces with Scheme (2003)
  20. Keedy, J.Leslie; Menger, Gisela; Heinlein, Christian; Henskens, Frans: Qualifying types illustrated by synchronisation examples (2003)

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