Understanding Abstraction by parameterization and specification

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Re: Understanding Abstraction by parameterization and specification

Posted 14 November 2013 - 11:12 AM

View Postfeoleb, on 14 November 2013 - 11:58 AM, said:

A philosophy major can talk about chairs and black holes all they want, but I ask for a real world example of someone experienced in computer science and now there is something wrong with me. I like your logic sir.


We gave you real world examples.

You asked for a real world use of the terminology, and I explained what a real world use is.

You're insufferable.



As for your abstraction by specification.. is that abstraction of specification? I'm not versed in by.

But from the looks of the term 'abstraction by specification', I would assume it had to do with when you design your project. For instance like if I were using an Object-Oriented language with classes, and I did a class layout in UML to specify the framework of the system before I actually went and implemented it.

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Re: Understanding Abstraction by parameterization and specification

Posted 14 November 2013 - 12:08 PM

I think it's time to close this thread, for lack of effort on the OP's part. I think our members have been more than patient and helpful.
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