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Reusable aspect-oriented implementations of concurrency patterns and mechanisms

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Reusable aspect-oriented implementations of concurrency patterns and mechanisms
In this paper, we present a collection of well-known high-level concurrency patterns and mechanisms, coded in AspectJ. We discuss benefits of these implementations relative to plain Java implementations of the same concerns. We detect benefits from using AspectJ in all the cases presented, in the form of higher modularity, reuse, understandability and unpluggability. For most of the implementations, two alternatives can be used: one based on traditional pointcut interfaces and one based on annotations. Categories and Subject Descriptors D.3.3 [Programming Languages]: Language Constructs and Features – Concurrent programming structures, Patterns. Keywords Concurrency Mechanisms and Patterns, Object-Oriented Concurrent Programming, Aspect-Oriented Programming.
Carlos A. Cunha, João Luís Sobral, M
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where AOSD
Authors Carlos A. Cunha, João Luís Sobral, Miguel P. Monteiro
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