Proceedings of the First Domain-Specific Aspect Languages Workshop - ACM International Conference on Generative Programming and Component Engineering (GPCE 2006)

Abstract : Although the majority of work in the AOSD community focuses on general-purpose aspect languages (eg. AspectJ), seminal work on AOSD proposed a number of domain-specific aspect languages, such as COOL for concurrency management and RIDL for serialization. A growing trend of research in the AOSD community is returning to this seminal work, motivated by the known advantages of domain-specific approaches, as argued by Mitchell Wand in his keynote at ICFP 2003. This workshop is conceived for researchers who are further exploring the area of domain-specific aspect languages, including language design, enabling technologies and composition issues. This volume contains 6 papers and abstracts of invited talks. We hope the reader will find them useful for advancing their understanding of some issues in concerning the design of aspect languages.
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[Research Report] 2006, pp.40
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Éric Tanter, Johan Fabry, Anne-Françoise Le Meur, Jacques Noyé, Thomas Cleenewerck. Proceedings of the First Domain-Specific Aspect Languages Workshop - ACM International Conference on Generative Programming and Component Engineering (GPCE 2006). [Research Report] 2006, pp.40. 〈inria-00468283〉

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