A join point for loops in AspectJ

  title={A join point for loops in AspectJ},
  author={Bruno Harbulot and John R. Gurd},
The current AspectJ join points represent locations in the code that are the interface of the Java objects. However, not all the "things that happen" happen at the interfaces. In particular, loops are a key place that could be advised for parallelisation. This article presents a loop join point model, which allows AspectJ to intervene directly in loops. More generally, this demonstrates the need for, and provides, a more complex join point in AspectJ.The approach used for recognising loops is… CONTINUE READING
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