Algebraic Threefolds, Varenna, Italy 1981, Second Session: by Conte A. (ed.)

By Conte A. (ed.)

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Two features are composed by adding their atomic introductions. Calc. Furthermore, we can convert each algebraic expression (containing a sum of introductions with prefixes) straightforwardly back to a tree, either to the original FSTs or to a new composed FST. When converting an introduction sum into a composed FST, it is associated with a new (composed) feature. Two atomic introductions with the same fully qualified name, that belong to different features, are composed via superimposition, as explained informally in Section 4.

3. An element must not contain two or more direct child elements with the same name and type. 4. Elements that do not have a hierarchical substructure (terminals) must provide superimposition rules, or cannot be superimposed. These constraints are usually satisfied by contemporary programming languages. But also other (non-code) languages align well with them [3, 14]. Languages that do not satisfy these constraints are not “feature-ready”, since they do not provide sufficient structural information.

In: Handbook on Ontologies, pp. 51–65. : When and how to develop domainspecific languages. : G¨ odel’s Proof. : Formal requirements for virtualizable third generation architectures. Comm. M. : How To Solve It. : Application driven software development. : Toward application driven software technology. : Making programming easier for children. : Creativity support tools – accelerating discovery and innovation. Comm. : The Death of Computer Languages, The Birth of Intentional Programming. , Studer, R.

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