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"AOP as a First Class Reflective Mechanism"
Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages and Applications
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AOP as a First Class Reflective Mechanism

Sergei Kojarski, Northeastern University
David Lorenz, Northeastern University

AOP is often perceived as a second class reflective mechanism, whereas reflection in OOP is considered first class. However, viewing AOP as a first class language mechanism is conductive to developing a general AOP model, which can be a basis for a unified AOP theory.