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trellis

a structure or pattern of latticework, esp one used to support climbing plants
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Trellis

A structural frame supporting an open latticework or grating constructed of either metal or wood, used to support plants or vines or left exposed.
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trellis

trellis
1. An open grating or latticework, of either metal or wood.
2. An arbor or framework for the support of vines; a treillage.
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Trellis

(1)
An object-oriented language from the University of Karlsruhe(?) with static type-checking and encapsulation.

Trellis

(2)
An object-oriented application development system from DEC, based on the Trellis language. (Formerly named Owl).

E-mail: Jerry Smith <smith@pipe.enet.dec.com>

["Persistent and Shared Objects in trellis/owl", P. O'Brien et al, Proc 1986 IEEE Workshop on Object-Oriented Database Systems, IEEE, NY 1986].
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