Program Instrumentation for Debugging and Monitoring with AspectC++

@inproceedings{Mahrenholz2002ProgramIF,
  title={Program Instrumentation for Debugging and Monitoring with AspectC++},
  author={Daniel Mahrenholz and Olaf Spinczyk and Wolfgang Schr{\"o}der-Preikschat},
  booktitle={Symposium on Object-Oriented Real-Time Distributed Computing},
  year={2002}
}
Monitoring is a widely-used technique to check assumptions about the real-time behavior of a system, debug the code, or enforce the system to react if certain deadlines are passed. Program instrumentation is needed to insert monitoring code fragments into the monitored system if the monitor is implemented without hardware support. This paper describes a language-based approach to automated program instrumentation using the general purpose aspect language AspectC++. The language is an extension… CONTINUE READING
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