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Title: A qualitative assessment of modularity in CaesarJ components based on implementations of design patterns
Authors: Braz, Sérgio Alexandre Esteves Miranda
Advisor: Monteiro, Miguel
Keywords: CaesarJ
Design patterns
Aspect-oriented programming
Family polymorphism
Modularity
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: FCT - UNL
Abstract: The advent of the Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) paradigm brought new features and mechanisms to support the separation of crosscutting concerns, in order to develop programs with higher modularity and consequently, higher reuse. As the paradigm matures, various aspectoriented programming languages appeared that propose varying ways to realize the paradigm’s concepts. CaesarJ is one of those aspect-oriented languages. While the majority of practical studies on AOP languages focused on the AspectJ language, the characteristics of other languages such as CaesarJ remain to be explored. The lack of research on the utilization of CaesarJ in concrete cases leads to the existence of few case studies from which to draw considerations about their strengths and shortcomings. In the past, implementations of design patterns have been used for the demonstration of the characteristics of the programming languages used to implement them. This dissertation follows a similar approach to assess CaesarJ’s support for modularity and reuse by producing CaesarJ design patterns implementations and subjecting those implementations to a qualitative analysis. This dissertation presents CaesarJ implementations of eleven Gang-of-Four pattern that serve as the basis for a qualitative analysis of the modularity degree CaesarJ enables for each pattern. A distinction is made between four levels of module reuse that the implementations support, in order to differentiate between the several levels of reuse achieved. A comparison is drawn to analogue design pattern implementations in AspectJ. Finally, general guidelines for the implementation of CaesarJ components are described.
Description: Tese de Mestrado em Engenharia Informática
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10362/2564
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