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Generatrix - Java Interface Samples

Posted on January 8, 2012 at 6:56pm 0 Comments

This post will soon contain several Java interfaces for something called a Generatrix. It is the subject of a research article I have submitted to an upcoming IEEE conference. The sample code here will be a supplement to the article for the benefit of the review team and readers, if the article is accepted.

 

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Class Family Accord

Posted on July 14, 2011 at 9:00am 0 Comments

Class Family Accord - Abstract

 

An Accord class family is a hierarchy of classes for which another class hierarchy has been designated as corresponding. Class  A0 is the top of the class family, class A1 extends A0, class A…

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At 9:08am on April 5, 2011, Michael Levin said…
Hi Juan and welcome to Codetown! Great to see you joining groups. Please feel free to use your blog, post and reply to discussions, add and invite friends and let me know about upcoming events. I'll add links to the reading lists for you. That's what Codetown is all about. All the best, Mike
 
 
 

Happy 10th year, JCertif!

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