In Section 3, we additionally characterize, within gem-free circular-arc graphs, two further superclasses
of balanced graphs: cliqueperfect and coordinated graphs (see Section 3 for the definitions).
The anti-involution of G induces an action of G on the Lie algebra of U, which we use to construct the superclasses
Given a class e and let [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] be the list of its direct superclasses
Another example is finding the subclasses or superclasses
of a class.
Subclasses in ROL can inherit attribute declarations of their superclasses
and can also override such inheritance.
Diaconis and M Isaacs, Supercharacters and superclasses
for algebra groups, Trans.
Modifying large structures such as replacing entire methods and superclasses
is based on signature compatibility.
are formed by "subtracting" properties from the set of properties possessed by things in a subclass.
In a related problem, implementing inheritance on a distributed system leads to the problem of accessing remote code for superclasses
, unless all class code is replicated to all processors, which has obvious scalability limitations.
For intersite distribution, the most appropriate concern is breaking the system into appropriate components and placing them at the required site--ensuring that the data, methods and superclasses
required for processing are locally available.
The resulting theory is very nicely behaved--there is a rich combinatorics describing induction and restriction along with an elegant formula for the values of supercharacters on superclasses