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"An Aspect-Oriented Generative Approach"
Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages and Applications
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An Aspect-Oriented Generative Approach

Uir? Kulesza, Pontifical University Catholic of Rio de Janeiro
Alessandro Garcia, Pontifical University Catholic of Rio de Janeiro
Carlos Lucena, Pontifical University Catholic of Rio de Janeiro

In this paper, we describe an aspect-oriented generative approach for the development of multi-agent systems. The generative approach is composed of: (i) a domain-specific language (DSL) that allows to model crosscutting and non-crosscuting agent features; (ii) an aspect-oriented architecture that offers a set of alternative design constructions for each of the agent features; and (iii) a code generator that maps abstractions of the Agent-DSL to specific compositions of objects and aspects in agent architectures. The use of aspect-oriented techniques in the definition of our generative approach brought benefits to the modeling and generation of crosscutting features since early design stages.