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PHOCUS definition

An object-oriented Prolog-like language.
["PHOCUS: Production Rules, Horn Clauses, Objects and Contexts in a Unification Based System", D. Chan et al, Actes du Sem Prog et Logique, Tregastel (May 1987), pp. 77-108].

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