[cap-talk] Process object -> "Subject" - the saga continues

Karp, Alan H alan.karp at hp.com
Fri Apr 8 12:05:05 EDT 2005


David Hopwood wrote:
> Jed at Webstart wrote:
> > That seems a bit convoluted and somewhat unnecessarily 
> "academic" for
> > general use - to me, but if others like that idea I think I could
> > go with that.
> 
> It's actually quite well established (with the meaning of an object
> associated with a thread) -- more so than "subject".
> <http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=%22active+object%22&num=30>
> 
Don't forget that we want to use the same terminology for oral
presentations and casual discussions.  It's harder to define unfamiliar
terms in those settings than in a published paper.  However, "active
object" should be OK.

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