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Autonomics Development: A Domain-Specific Aspect Language Approach

Soule, Paul

2010, X, 134p. 39 illus..

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“Adaptive (that is, self-healing and self-managing) code development is addressed in this short book. The domain focuses on distributed programming, and the scope is the introduction of a new aspect language, which for the first time comprises an option for custom-written error-handling code. … broadly accessible, and wildly captivating for anyone with at least a modest interest in the subject.” (A. Squassabia, ACM Computing Reviews, June, 2011)



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