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Advancing the State of the Art in Run-Time Inspection

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Advancing the State of the Art in Run-Time Inspection
levels of abstraction. Lacking well-established technologies and models for representing and accessing program dynamics, tools must use ad-hoc mechanisms. This limits reuse and interoperability. De facto standards for run-time inspection such as the Java Platform Debugger Architecture (JPDA) have improved the situation but do not cope with all requirements. Implementers seeking to create debugging environments for ubiquitous computing are faced with even greater difficulties. The workshop sought to identify best practices and common requirements, to specify conceptual data, control models and implementation approaches for run-time inspection and to discuss practical issues such as standardized APIs and data exchange formats. The contributions for the workshop covered a wide range of topics. We divided the contributions into two sessions: classical application of run-time inspection and novel architectures made possible by the expanded use of run-time inspection. Classical uses of run-t...
Robert E. Filman, Katharina Mehner, Michael Haupt
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where ECOOPW
Authors Robert E. Filman, Katharina Mehner, Michael Haupt
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