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A simple and unifying approach to subjective objects. R B Smith, D Ungar,Theory and Practice of Object Systems, Citeseer, 1996.
for those who have access. As its not my paper I'll let Dave say if a version is freely available.
As far as I know the system was only ever a demo. I doubt it could be implemented efficiently on the current vm without baking the lookup algorythm changes into it though I'd love to be proved wrong.
I would recommend interested people also look into Brian Rice's Slate language and the Classbox stuff in Smalltalk as well.
On 12/01/2011, at 2:12 PM, Josh Flowers wrote:
> > Can you give 'us' a url, again. 'us' is very difficult to google.
> > Thanks!
> > David
> This one appears to be easier asked than answered. I've been looking
> for the better part of an hour and the closest I've come is a post by
> Jecel to this mailing list... complaining that the paper has been lost
> to the mess of the internet:
> Hopefully someone has a copy handy, or this list has better finders
> than me.
> The little bit I have found reads that Us was an attempt to build a
> Self system where object behavior could change based on the
> sender of a message. I've always wondered how that might look and
> feel - was there ever an implementation of Us? Or did it only make
> it to the 'good idea looking for a grant' stage?
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