Mathematica: Webel: ADT pseudo classes: The term 'Abstract Data Types (ADTs)' is used informally (the ADTs do not always adhere to strict mathematical definitions of ADTs). Just please think of it here as meaning a "strong type" for Mathematica.

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The use of the term Abstract Data Types (ADT) for OO-related constructs is a familiar term amongst Wolfram Language coders and the Mathematica community. It was in part popularise by Mathematica expert Roman Maeder.

Wikipedia offers a good general discussion of the formal concept Abstract Data Type concept; the use in the Webel recipe for ADTs with inheritance in Mathematica is less formal. Note however:

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