Assessing the Impact of Aspects on Exception Flows: An Exploratory Study

@inproceedings{Coelho2008AssessingTI,
  title={Assessing the Impact of Aspects on Exception Flows: An Exploratory Study},
  author={Roberta Coelho and Awais Rashid and Alessandro F. Garcia and Fabiano Cutigi Ferrari and N{\'e}lio Cacho and Uir{\'a} Kulesza and Arndt von Staa and Carlos Jos{\'e} Pereira de Lucena},
  booktitle={ECOOP},
  year={2008}
}
Exception handling mechanisms are intended to support the development of robust software. However, the implementation of such mechanisms with aspectoriented (AO) programming might lead to error-prone scenarios. As aspects extend or replace existing functionality at specific join points in the code execution, aspects’ behavior may bring new exceptions, which can flow through the program execution in unexpected ways. This paper presents a systematic study that assesses the error proneness of AOP… CONTINUE READING
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