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Weaving Aspects into Real-Time Operating System Design Using Object-Oriented Model Transformation

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Weaving Aspects into Real-Time Operating System Design Using Object-Oriented Model Transformation
Despite of the proliferation of object-oriented and component technology, their application to real-time operating systems (RTOS) has been limited since most design concerns in RTOSes crosscut software components and these are critical to deliver required performance and functionality. Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) is a very effective means to solve the crosscutting problem. However, we have observed the following limitations of the current AOP framework: (1) the current text-based AOP languages cannot clearly show how aspects are weaved together, (2) their granularity is too coarse to capture all aspects in an RTOS, (3) it is difficult to control the weaving process, since aspect weavers are usually hard-coded. In this paper, we propose a new AOP framework that provides (1) a graphical aspect programming environment that visualizes aspects, crosscutting classes, and method structures, (2) a new aspect model that supports a sub-method level granularity where an aspect is defined a...
Jiyong Park, Saehwa Kim, Seongsoo Hong
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Year 2003
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Authors Jiyong Park, Saehwa Kim, Seongsoo Hong
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