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29 Feb abstraction

A system design feature or capability that permits both composition and decomposition (see cross-reference definitions). Abstraction is one of the most appealing characteristics of object-oriented systems in that it permits processing of objects whose characteristics may or may not be completely known at the time the system is built.

Abstracted Functions

Keywords References
strata   polymorphism  context
object    existential  knowledge representation
dimension   creativity  logic
continuum   class  taxonomy
composition   decomposition
object-oriented   inheritance

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