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Applying Aspect-Orient Programming Concepts to a Component-Based Programming Model

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Applying Aspect-Orient Programming Concepts to a Component-Based Programming Model
Abstract— The execution environments For scientific applications have evolved significantly over the years. Vector and parallel architectures have provided significantly faster computations. Cluster computers have reduced the cost of high-performance architectures. However, the software development environments have not keep pace. Object-oriented and component-based languages have not been widely adopted. Distributed computing on local area networks and Grids is only being used by a most number of applications. Clearly, there is a need for development environments that support the efficient creation of applications that use modern execution systems. This has been the goal of a continuing research effort over the last several years. The previous focus has been on using component-based ideas to develop a programming model and associated framework to support such a development approach. In this paper, two additional concepts are added to the base approach. Aspect-oriented concepts a...
Thomas Eidson, Jack Dongarra, Victor Eijkhout
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Year 2003
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Authors Thomas Eidson, Jack Dongarra, Victor Eijkhout
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