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P18: Datalog as a Pointcut Language in Aspect Oriented Programming

P18: Datalog as a Pointcut Language in Aspect Oriented Programming

AspectJ's pointcut language is complex, yet often not expressive enough to directly capture a desired property. Prolog has been suggested as an alternative, but Prolog queries may not terminate, and they tend to be verbose. We solve expressiveness, termination and verbosity by using Datalog plus rewrite rules.

Elnar Hajiyev, Programming Tools Group, Oxford University
Neil Ongkingco, Programming Tools Group, Oxford University
Pavel Avgustinov, Programming Tools Group, Oxford University
Oege de Moor, Programming Tools Group, Oxford University
Damien Sereni, Programming Tools Group, Oxford University
Julian Tibble, Programming Tools Group, Oxford University

 

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