The GIPSY Architecture
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Lecture notes in computer science (LNCS), Springer, 2000/1830//144-153
Intensional Programming involves the programming of expressions placed in an inherent multidimensional context space. It is an emerging and highly dynamic domain of general application. The fast growing computer connectivity allows for more and more efficient implementation of distributed applications. The paradigm of intensionality inherently includes notions of parallelism at different levels. However, the currently available intensional programming software tools are becoming obsolete and do not enable us to further push forward practical investigations on the subject. Experience shows that the theoretical advancement of the field has come to acceptable maturity. Consequently, new powerful tools for intensional programming are required. In this paper, we present the design of a General Intensional Programming System (GIPSY). The design and implementation of the GIPSY reflect three main goals: generality, adaptability and efficiency.
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