Extending PCTE with object-oriented capabilities
In this paper we briefly describe our work accomplished for the Eureka ECMA PCTE project. Our task was to define an object-oriented extension to the well-known and internationally standardized Portable Common Tool Environment (PCTE) . The PCTE types are extended to be associated with methods. High-level types are introduced and their mappings to the PCTE data model are discussed.
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