µABC: A Minimal Aspect Calculus

@inproceedings{Bruns2004ABCAM,
  title={µABC: A Minimal Aspect Calculus},
  author={Glenn Bruns and Radha Jagadeesan and Alan Jeffrey and James Riely},
  booktitle={CONCUR},
  year={2004}
}
Aspect-oriented programming is emerging as a powerful tool for system design and development. In this paper, we study aspects as primitive computational entities on par with objects, functions and horn-clauses. To this end, we introduceμABC, a name-based calculus, that incorporates aspects as primitive. In contrast to earlier work on aspects in the context of object-oriented and functional programming, the only computational entities in μABC are aspects. We establish a compositional… CONTINUE READING
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