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Author Al-Zaghameem, Abdullah O.
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Aspect Oriented Programming Technique ♦ Aop Model ♦ Semantical Representation ♦ Distributed Model ♦ Management Facility ♦ Distributed Programming ♦ Real-world Semantics ♦ Dynamic Activation Deactivation ♦ Distributed Concern ♦ Abstract Several ♦ Expensive Weaving ♦ Ot Language ♦ Aspect Module ♦ Dynamic Management ♦ Present Dot ♦ Distributed Application ♦ Distributed Environment
Abstract Abstract—Several distributed AOP models and languages have been developed to support aspects in distributed programming. These approaches prosper in encapsulating distributed concerns within aspect modules and facilitate their employment in distributed applications, but lack supporting management facilities; the dynamic activation/deactivation of aspects at runtime as an alternative to the expensive weaving/unweaving mechanism adopted in some approaches. Additionally, these approaches do not regard the real-world semantics of aspects; which reduces their understandability. In this paper we present DOT/J, a distributed model that extends the programming model of OT/J language into distributed environments to support the dynamic management of these aspects, and improve their semantical representation.
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Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study
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