An Introduction to Context-Oriented Programming with ContextS

@inproceedings{Hirschfeld2007AnIT,
  title={An Introduction to Context-Oriented Programming with ContextS},
  author={Robert Hirschfeld and Pascal Costanza and Michael Haupt},
  booktitle={GTTSE},
  year={2007}
}
Context-oriented Programming, or COP, provides programmers with dedicated abstractions and mechanisms to concisely represent behavioral variations that depend on execution context. By treating context explicitly, and by directly supporting dynamic composition, COP allows programmers to better express software entities that adapt their behavior late-bound at run-time. Our paper illustrates COP constructs, their application, and their implementation by developing a sample scenario, usingContextS… CONTINUE READING
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