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active object

(programming)
An object each instance of which has its own thread running as well as its own copies of the object's instance variables.
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This is the active object of agrotourism - the demonstration site of the FGBOU DPO FTSK APC, a small farm, which has everything you need to relax in the village.
The volcanoes on Io, the most volcanically active object in the solar system, are caused by tidal heating caused by gravitational forces from Jupiter and other moons.
3) and the other is a DNM problem dealing with manipulation of a 3-link, active object using a series of 2-link active manipulators (Fig.
It could be even more volcanically active than Jupiter's moon Io, which has more than 400 volcanoes and is the most geologically active object in our solar system.
An active object graphic is displayed on the outer cover in the crotch region and in liquid communication with the absorbent assembly.
S V O John admired Mary Active Subject Active Verb Active Object Optional Agent Passive Object Passive Verb By-Phrase Mary was admired (by John)
The ARTiSAN server is an active object repository that permits the work of each team member to be immediately seen and incorporated by other team members, permitting unprecedented team communication, and preventing common team synchronization problems.
Rules are objects too: A knowledge model for an active object oriented database system.
Performance of the contract will take place in the active object, hence the organization of work will need to be agreed with the Employer and the User object.
When this outer layer is exhausted, the comet's initial brightness fades, revealing an intrinsically fainter and less active object.
A capsule is an active object that may have an internal structure described by a collaboration diagram.
For example, merging the notions of process and object gives rise to the notion of active object, and merging the notions of transaction and object invocation gives rise to the notion of atomic invocation.

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