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1998
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Run-Time Adaptability of Synchronization Policies in Concurrent Object Oriented Languages

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Run-Time Adaptability of Synchronization Policies in Concurrent Object Oriented Languages
Adaptability has become one of the most important research areas in concurrent object-oriented systems in recent years. It tries to cope with system evolution by adding/replacing components without affecting other components of the same application. Nevertheless, at the present time, concurrent object-oriented languages do not provide enough support for the development of true adaptable software because either i) the different aspects that appear in these systems, synchronization and behavior, are mixed in the same component or, ii) if they are properly separated in different components, once these components are woven the resulting executable piece of software is too rigid to be adapted or reconfigured at run-time. In this paper, we present the Disguises Model, a model mainly thought for a clear and consistent separation of the synchronization aspect from the behavioral aspect. Whereas the model allows behavioral code to be written in a standard language like Java, it provides a diff...
Fernando Sánchez, Juan Hernández N&u
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Type Conference
Year 1998
Where ECOOPW
Authors Fernando Sánchez, Juan Hernández Núñez, Juan Manuel Murillo, Enrique Pedraza
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