Lisp Object-oriented Programming System

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Lisp Object-Oriented Programming System definition

(LOOPS) An object-oriented extension of Lisp from the Intelligent Systems Laboratory at Xerox Palo Alto Research Center. It is used in the development of knowledge-based systems.
See also CommonLoops.
["The LOOPS Manual", D.G. Bobrow & M. Stefik, Xerox Corp 1983].
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