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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Mixins, i.e., classes parameterized over the superclass, can be the right mechanism for dynamically assembling class hierarchies with mobile code downloaded from different sources. In this paper we present the Java package momi that implements the concepts of the language MOMI, which is a calculus for exchanging mobile object-oriented code structured through mixin inheritance. This package can be thought of as an "assembly" language that should be the target of a compiler for a mobile codedoi:10.1007/978-3-540-24639-8_2 fatcat:2qn3i4fesjgzxgnmaop5dxoleq