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Dynamic join points : model and interactions Dutchyn, Christopher J.

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By modeling dynamic join points, pointcuts, and advice in a continuation-passing style interpreter, we provide a fundamental account of these AOP mechanisms. This account frames interesting type-and-effect properties of the mechanisms, such as the range of interactions between advised code and advice, and provides a general framework for describing these aspect interactions.

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