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A new programming paradigm, an ontologic one, which is a developed paradigm of declarative programming, is described, as well as the data model the paradigm is based on and major language structures supported by examples.
Three approaches to calculating the boundaries of the core and zones of scattering of publications, and more specifically, the coordinates of three characteristic points, viz., A, C, and B, on the distribution curve are investigated. These are the analytical and graphical methods, as well as the...
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