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Common Lisp Object System Specification
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[Bratko 90]
Prolog Programming for Artificial Intelligence
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[Champaux 92]
A comparative Study of Object-Oriented Analysis Methods
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[Covington 94]
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[Davison 92]
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[Davison 93]
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Davison, A.
Tech Report 93/6, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Melbourne, Australia
[Delzanno 97]
Logic and Object-Oriented Programming in Linear Logic
Delzanno, G.
Ph.D. Thesis, University of Pisa, Italy
[Dony 90]
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[Fornarino et al. 89]
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Proceedings of the 4th Portuguese Conference on Artificial Intelligence
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[Fromherz 93]
OL(P): Object Layer for Prolog
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[Fukunaga 86]
An Experience with a Prolog-based Object-Oriented Language
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Using Prototypical Objects to Implement Shared Behaviour in Object Oriented Systems
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[McCabe 92]
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Object-Oriented Programming in Flavors
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[Schachte 95]
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Is Multiple Inheritance Essential to OOP? (Panel)
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[Stefik et al. 86]
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[Stroustrup 86]
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Addison-Wesley Series in Computer Science
[Taenzer 89]
Problems in Object-Oriented Software Reuse
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[Tanzer 95]
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