Terry Hon

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Aspect-oriented programming (AOP) allows programmers to modularize the implementation of crosscutting concerns. AspectJ and related languages achieve this with a linguistic approach, which enables different modules of the program to have a crosscutting structural relationship.In fluid AOP the development environment temporarily shifts a program to an(More)
Most aspect-oriented programming technology used today uses a linguistic approache that enables programmers to write modular crosscutting code. Two limitations of these approaches are that there is only one decomposition present for a code-base and that they require developers to adopt a new (or extended) programming language. We propose fluid AOP to(More)
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