Technology of Object-Oriented Languages, International Conference on (2001)
Santa Barbara, California
July 29, 2001 to Aug. 3, 2001
Lionel Seinturier , Univ. Paris 6, Lab. LIP6
Abstract: Modern applications, and especially distributed ones, need flexibility and dynamic evolution. These goals can be partially reached with separation of concerns. However, a static approach is not sufficient when trying to get dynamic adaptation during the application execution-time. In this paper, we present the JAC framework that meets dynamic adaptation by using the notions of dynamic wrappers in order to achieve separation of concerns for non-functional programs, and of wrapping controllers to implement the composition of wrappers (maybe coming from different programmers) at wrap-time and at call-time.
L. Duchien, R. Pawlak, L. Seinturier and G. Florin, "Dynamic Wrappers: Handling the Composition Issue with JAC," Technology of Object-Oriented Languages, International Conference on(TOOLS), Zurich, Switzerland, 2001, pp. 0056.