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TyCO: Object-oriented distributed programming language

TyCO - Typed Concurrent Objects, is an implicitly typed polymorphic concurrent language based on an extension of the asynchronous pi-calculus featuring first class objects, asynchronous messages and process definitions. Definitions allow, among other things, for object classes to be modelled. A type system assigns monomorphic types to variables and polymorphic types to definition identifiers. TyCO provides a very clean model for a concurrent object-based language, which combines the benefits of the formal framework of process calculi with the characteristics of Hewitt's actor system.

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