object-oriented programming

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Noun1.object-oriented programming - creating a program that can use and support objects
computer programing, computer programming, programing, programming - creating a sequence of instructions to enable the computer to do something
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a) Rational Model is based on loss and gains but systematic way of analyzing different steps is called as rational Actor model.
The actor model consists of 2 or more actors that interact through an exchange of messages, ot tasks.
A MAN allegedly attacked by actor model Ross Hamilton in October last year is receiving treatment for his injuries, a court yesterday.
Part II provides an overview of the rational actor model and behavioral economics model of consumer spending.
In particular, we examine the criteria for identifying 'new' actors and their characteristics and apply these characteristics to a modification of the Flexible Actor Model of industrial relations.
CSP [21], [pi]-calculus [33], and the actor model [1, 2] are good examples.
The central argument of this book is that the standard rational actor model is an impoverished representation of individual motivation.
Numerous scholars have contributed to developing two major perspectives on how individual-level factors shape political participation in research on western countries: the "standard socio-economic model," and the rational choice or rational actor model (Leighley, 1995; Whiteley, 1995).
We enrich the Actor model by defining a mechanism for achieving a higher level of abstraction.
The perspectives--the rational actor model, cognition, domestic politics, groupthink, and government politics--are evaluated using evidence from August to November 1990 leading to the 1991 Persian Gulf War.
With the rational actor model he explains populist conservative criminology and contemporary theories, with the predestined actor model he traces the influence of biological, psychological and sociological positivism, and in the victimized actor model he shows how "deviant labels," conflict theories, feminist criminology and critical criminology work together.