MiniMAO: An imperative core language for studying aspect-oriented reasoning

@article{Clifton2006MiniMAOAI,
  title={MiniMAO: An imperative core language for studying aspect-oriented reasoning},
  author={Curtis Clifton and Gary T. Leavens},
  journal={Sci. Comput. Program.},
  year={2006},
  volume={63},
  pages={321-374}
}
This paper describes MiniMAO1, a core aspect-oriented language. Unlike previous aspect-oriented calculi and core languages, MiniMAO1 allows around advice to change the target object of an advised operation before proceeding. MiniMAO1 accurately models the ways AspectJ allows changing the target object, e.g., at call join points. Practical uses for changing the target object using advice include proxies and other wrapper objects. MiniMAO1 was designed to serve as a core language for studying… CONTINUE READING
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