1. An object-oriented language from the University of Karlsruhe(?) with static type-checking and encapsulation.
2. An object-oriented application development system from DEC, based on the Trellis language. (Formerly named Owl).
E-mail: Jerry Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
["Persistent and Shared Objects in trellis/owl", P. O'Brien et al, Proc 1986 IEEE Workshop on Object-Oriented Database Systems, IEEE, NY 1986].