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Proceedings of the 2nd workshop on Domain specific aspect languages

Abstract : Although the majority of work in the AOSD community focuses on general-purpose aspect languages (e.g. AspectJ), seminal work on AOSD proposed a number of domainspecific aspect languages, such as COOL for concurrency management and RIDL for serialization, RG, AML, and others. A growing trend of research in the AOSD community is returning to this seminal work, as witnessed by the high attendance rate at the DSAL06 workshop, held as part of GPCE06/OOPSLA06. The workshop aimed to bring the research communities of domain-specific language engineering and domainspecific aspect design together. In the previous successful edition we approached domain-specific aspect languages from a language implementation point of view, where advances in the field of domain-specific language engineering were investigated to answer the implementation challenges of aspect languages. In this second edition, we approached the design and implementation of new domain-specific aspect languages, as well as the composition at all levels (from design to implementation) of these languages or individual features.
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Johan Fabry, Damijan Rebernak, Anne-Françoise Le Meur, Jacques Noyé, Éric Tanter. Proceedings of the 2nd workshop on Domain specific aspect languages. Proceedings of the 2nd workshop on Domain specific aspect languages (@ AOSD 2007), Mar 2007, Vancouver, Canada. ⟨inria-00468317⟩



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