This section describes some basic classes and low-level concepts that are used throughout Ptolemy. There are a number of iterator classes, all with the same interface. Several important non-class library functions are provided. A basic linked list class called SequentialList is heavily used. States (see section
9.1) and Portholes (see section
6.2) can have
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attributes; these are particularly important in code generation. Finally, many of the significant classes in Ptolemy - functional blocks, portholes to implement connections, parameters - are derived from NamedObj, the basic object for implementing a named object that lives in a hierarchy.
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