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Computación y Sistemas

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SARMIENTO TOVILLA, Juan Carlos; DIAZ DE LEON SANTIAGO, Juan Luis  and  CHIMAL EGUIA, Juan Carlos. An object-oriented proactive paradigm. Comp. y Sist. [online]. 2010, vol.14, n.2, pp.197-204. ISSN 1405-5546.

At present, some researchers consider that languages like C + +, Java and C # have an interactive guide. The use of interactive programming by developers often produces unnecessary system development's costs; this involves the developer to extra knowledge when applying the software re-engineering. This paper presents an approach based on proactive computing, which looks electronic devices to interact in benefit of the human being. Due to this need, we developed and formalized the base of an object-oriented proactive-paradigm. That is, the proposed paradigm provides an alternative to solve some problems that need to be incremental, based on the passage of messages. This perspective adds rules to the object-oriented paradigm, which allows itself the objects to communicate by called methods: Activators and Activated.

Keywords : Proactive objects; Operational semantic; Patterns design; Functional objects; Imperative objects.

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