Concurrent aspects

@inproceedings{Douence2006ConcurrentA,
  title={Concurrent aspects},
  author={R{\'e}mi Douence and Didier Le Botlan and Jacques Noy{\'e} and Mario S{\"u}dholt},
  booktitle={GPCE},
  year={2006}
}
Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) promises the modularization of so-called crosscutting functionalities in large applications. Currently, almost all approaches to AOP provide means for the description of sequential aspects that are to be applied to a sequential base program. In particular, there is no formally-defined concurrent approach to AOP, with the result that coordination issues between aspects and base programs as well as between aspects cannot precisely be investigated.This paper… CONTINUE READING

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