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Object Specialization through Behavioral Re ection and Crosscutting Annotation

@inproceedings{Muhammad2003ObjectST,
  title={Object Specialization through Behavioral Re ection and Crosscutting Annotation},
  author={Hisham H. Muhammad and Ana Paula L{\"u}dtke Ferreira},
  year={2003}
}
In object-oriented systems, classes and objects often evolve into complex entities, and still, speci cation of features is still done mostly in a method-by-method basis. This paper presents a novel technique for object specialization. It consists of a series of language constructs which perform re ective transformations in compile-time. These are based on annotations added to method signatures called signals, through which sets of methods from an object can be referred to collectively. This way… 

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