aspect-oriented extension to the Java. AspectJ TM is a simple and practical aspect-oriented extension to Java TM . With just a few new constructs, AspectJ provides support for modular implementation of a range of crosscutting concerns. In AspectJ’s dynamic join point model, join points are well-defined points in the execution of the program; pointcuts are collections of join points; advice are special method-like constructs that can be attached to pointcuts; and aspects are modular units of crosscutting implementation, comprising pointcuts, advice, and ordinary Java member declarations. AspectJ code is compiled into standard Java bytecode. Simple extensions to existing Java development environments make it possible to browse the crosscutting structure of aspects in the same kind of way as one browses the inheritance structure of classes. Several examples show that AspectJ is powerful, and that programs written using it are easy to understand.

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  1. Francalanza, Adrian: A theory of monitors (2021)
  2. Ancona, Davide; Mascardi, Viviana; Ferrando, Angelo: Can determinism and compositionality coexist in RML? (2020)
  3. Zhao, Xin; Haller, Philipp: Replicated data types that unify eventual consistency and observable atomic consistency (2020)
  4. Tabareau, Nicolas; Tanter, Éric: Chemical foundations of distributed aspects (2019)
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  9. Cazzola, Walter; Vacchi, Edoardo: @Java: bringing a richer annotation model to Java (2014) ioport
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  11. Grigore, Radu; Distefano, Dino; Petersen, Rasmus Lerchedahl; Tzevelekos, Nikos: Runtime verification based on register automata (2013)
  12. Finnis, Joshua; Saigal, Nalin; Iamnitchi, Adriana; Ligatti, Jay: A location-based policy-specification language for mobile devices (2012) ioport
  13. Günther, Sebastian; Sunkle, Sagar: RbFeatures: feature-oriented programming with Ruby (2012) ioport
  14. Middelkoop, Arie; Elyasov, Alexander B.; Prasetya, Wishnu: Functional instrumentation of ActionScript programs with Asil (2012) ioport
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  16. Piveta, Eduardo Kessler; Moreira, Ana; Pimenta, Marcelo Soares; Araújo, João; Guerreiro, Pedro; Price, R. Tom: An empirical study of aspect-oriented metrics (2012)
  17. Roşu, Grigore; Chen, Feng: Semantics and algorithms for parametric monitoring (2012)
  18. Seyster, Justin; Dixit, Ketan; Huang, Xiaowan; Grosu, Radu; Havelund, Klaus; Smolka, Scott A.; Stoller, Scott D.; Zadok, Erez: \textscInterAspect: aspect-oriented instrumentation with GCC (2012)
  19. Chen, Kung; Weng, Shu-Chun; Lin, Jia-Yin; Wang, Meng; Khoo, Siau-Cheng: Side-effect localization for lazy, purely functional languages via aspects (2011)
  20. Coelho, Roberta; von Staa, Arndt; Kulesza, Uirá; Rashid, Awais; Lucena, Carlos: Unveiling and taming liabilities of aspects in the presence of exceptions: a static analysis based approach (2011) ioport

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