Language-oriented modularity through awesome DSALs: Summary of invited talk

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Abstract

In this talk we coin the term language-oriented modularity to refer to the process of constructing and composing DSALs to better support aspect-oriented modularity. Language-oriented modularity strives to keep our aspect language as abstract as possible and our software code as modular as possible. While general purpose aspect-oriented languages offer low-level abstractions for modularizing a wide range of crosscutting concerns, they lack the modularity abstractions to tackle all cases of crosscutting. With language-oriented modularity, a solution to unanticipated crosscutting concerns is to construct and combine multiple DSALs to form aspect-oriented modularity of new kinds. We evaluate the AWESOME composition framework in terms of its support for language-oriented modularity.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDSAL'12 - Proceedings of the 7th Workshop on Domain-Specific Aspect Languages
Pages1-2
Number of pages2
DOIs
StatePublished - 2012
Event7th Workshop on Domain-Specific Aspect Languages, DSAL'12, as Part of the 11th International Conference on Aspect-Oriented Software Development: Perspectives on Modularity, AOSD 2012 - Potsdam, Germany
Duration: 27 Mar 201227 Mar 2012

Publication series

NameDSAL'12 - Proceedings of the 7th Workshop on Domain-Specific Aspect Languages

Conference

Conference7th Workshop on Domain-Specific Aspect Languages, DSAL'12, as Part of the 11th International Conference on Aspect-Oriented Software Development: Perspectives on Modularity, AOSD 2012
Country/TerritoryGermany
CityPotsdam
Period27/03/1227/03/12

Keywords

  • Domain Specific Aspect Languages (DSALs)
  • Language-Oriented Programming (LOP)

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Software

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