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- Lisp - The family of functional programming languages inspired by John McCarthy's original notation for computations, later becoming Lisp 1.5, MacLisp, InterLisp, and some of the more modern implementations
- Abstract Algebra 101 - A Learning Lounge course
- Abstract Communication Types - A way of modelling object interactions (especially in distributed systems) at a higher level than message passing, using composition filters as adopted in the Sina language, providing more support for reflection and meta-levels in object interaction than traditional object interaction models
- Abstract Syntax Tree - A syntax term describing object graphs which describe the meaningful attributes and behavior of expressions in a particular concrete syntax
- Abstract VM - This is the topic of machines whose form is chosen so that it's easier to know certain properties of programs written for them
- Abstraction - The term for the process of by which an object is taken out of its context, so that a new context can be applied to it
- Abstraction Inversion - A term for what happens when program designers try to build simple things on top of complex "primitives" instead of building the complex things on top of simple primitives
- Abstraction Level - A term, informally denoting an ordering between different possible abstract representations of a common domain
- Categorical Abstract Machine - Categorical Abstract Machine is a Concrete VM, based on the idea of categorical combinators; see Category Theory 101
- Warren Abstract Machine - Prolog's WAM, a concrete VM to support efficient Prolog compilation
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- Actor - The term for a paradigm of programming which models computations with concurrent (possibly transparently-distributed) entities, the Actors, that communicate with asynchronous messages; Actors may update their behaviour depending on the messages they receive
- Collection-Oriented - aka data parallel: the term for a paradigm of programming that involves operations on entire collections and avoids loops
- concatenative - The term for a sub-paradigm of programming in which function composition is rendered syntactically as concatenation (composition, juxtaposition) of symbols by means of a composition operator, usually rendered as a blank space
- Concurrency-Oriented - A term describing a programming language paradigm where independent parts of the problem can be represented as independent computations
- Constraints - The term for a paradigm related to logic or declarative programming, where information is specified as a constraint on the result, and the evaluator's task is to use this information to limit the search space that some base set of algorithms would ordinarily have traversed to find the answer
- Declarative - The term for a paradigm of programming where the specification allows for a great deal of freedom in acheiving results as specified; we say that a declarative program specifies the "what" of the result, but not the "how"; programming languages which encourage this style of programming are termed declarative, and specifically include the logic and functional paradigms, to varying degrees
- Functional - The term for a paradigm of programming that originates in the early works about lambda calculus: computations consist in evaluating/expanding structured expressions, rather than executing instructions, as with imperative programming
- Imperative - The term for a paradigm of programming that involves (mostly unconstrained) update of the state of a machine through direct instructions
- Logic - The term for a paradigm of programming that originates in the Curry-Howard Isomorphism, which relates types and proofs to terms and expressions
- Object-Oriented - A paradigm of programming
- prototype-based - A term describing an object-oriented sub-paradigm, which contrast class-based
- Relational - The term for a paradigm of programming where relationships between objects are formalized as Relation objects
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