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Object oriented programming promotes reuse of classes in multiple contexts. Thus, a class is designed and implemented with several usage scenarios in mind, some of which possibly open and generic. Correspondingly, the unit testing of classes cannot make too strict assumptions on the actual method invocation sequences, since these vary from application to(More)
Ajax supports the development of rich-client Web applications , by providing primitives for the execution of asyn-chronous requests and for the dynamic update of the page structure and content. Often, Ajax Web applications consist of a single page whose elements are updated in response to callbacks activated asynchronously by the user or by a server(More)
The presence of crosscutting concerns, i.e., functional-ities that are not assigned to a single modular unit in the implementation, is one of the major problems in software understanding and evolution. In fact, they are hard to locate (scattering) and may give rise to multiple ripple effects (tangling). Aspect Oriented Programming offers mechanisms to(More)
Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) provides mechanisms for the separation of crosscutting concerns – functionalities scattered through the system and tangled with the base code. Existing systems are a natural testbed for the AOP approach, since they often contain several crosscutting concerns which could not be modularized using traditional programming(More)
Large software systems are difficult to understand and maintain. Code analysis tools can provide programmers with different views of the software which may help their understanding activity. To be applicable to real programs written in modern programming languages, these tools need to efficiently handle pointers. In the case of C++ analysis, object oriented(More)
During software evolution, programmers devote most of their effort to the understanding of the structure and behavior of the system. For Object-Oriented code, this might be particularly hard, when multiple, scattered objects contribute to the same function. Design views offer an invaluable help, but they are often not aligned with the code, when they are(More)
In this paper, electroencephalograph (EEG) and Holter EEG data compression techniques which allow perfect reconstruction of the recorded waveform from the compressed one are presented and discussed. Data compression permits one to achieve significant reduction in the space required to store signals and in transmission time. The Huffman coding technique in(More)