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Designed 1997
1990s languages
New internationlism


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Country: Germany
Designed 1997

successor to OZ

Mozart improves on DFKI OZ by offering supported for distributed programming, more constraint systems, more tools (including debugger and profiler), much better documentation, a powerful Internet-based module system based on dynamic linking.  Uses Emacs as programming environment.  

Develpoment environment for open fault-tolerated distributed applications, constraint applications, and logic applications. It includes a full-fledged development environment with many tools and extensive documentation including tutorials. Applications developed include configuration tools, collaborative graphic editor, browser, and an extended version of ICQ.  Provides state-of-the-art support in two areas: open distributed computing and constraint-based inference.  Ideal platform for both general purpose distributed applications as well as for hard problems requiring sophisticated organization and inference abilities.  An ideal system for self-study. Full source code available.

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