Hybrid Group Reflective Architecture for Object-Oriented Concurrent Reflective Programming

@inproceedings{Matsuoka1991HybridGR,
  title={Hybrid Group Reflective Architecture for Object-Oriented Concurrent Reflective Programming},
  author={Satoshi Matsuoka and Takuo Watanabe and Akinori Yonezawa},
  booktitle={ECOOP},
  year={1991}
}
The benefits of computational reflection are the abilities to reason and alter the dynamic behavior of computation from within the language framework. This is more beneficial in concurrent/distributed computing, where the complexity of the system is much greater compared to sequential computing; we have demonstrated various benefits in our past research of ObjectOriented Concurrent Reflective (OOCR) architectures. Unfortunately, attempts to formulate reflective features provided in practical… CONTINUE READING

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