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POEM: Prolog Object-Oriented Embedded Manager
POEM (Prolog Object-Oriented Embedded Manager) is a simple
object-oriented programming package for Prolog. It includes notions of
classes, objects, and subclasses, similar to Simula-67. There is no
error detection mechanism.
POEM comes from a Poplog Users' Group tape in early 1987. (The
original code is from 1985.) This version includes some small changes
to improve portability suggested by Nick Youd of Cambridge
University's Engineering Department.
Ports: Edinburgh-compatible Prologs.
CD-ROM: Prime Time Freeware for AI, Issue 1-1
Author(s): Ben Staveley-Taylor
Plessey Electronic Systems Research Ltd.,
Hants. SO5 0ZN.
Tel. Romsey (0794) 515222 ext 311
Authors!Staveley-Taylor, OOP!Prolog, POEM, Prolog!Code
Documentation includes a description of POEM's class description
syntax, main predicates, and how class descriptions are translated
into Prolog. (see poem.txt)
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