Safer Context (de)Activation: Through the Prompt-Loyal Strategy

Authors
Nicolás Cardozo, Sebastián González, Kim Mens, Theo D'Hondt
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Title
Safer Context (de)Activation: Through the Prompt-Loyal Strategy
Authors
Nicolás Cardozo, Sebastián González, Kim Mens, Theo D'Hondt
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Type
In Proceedings
Book title
COP'11: Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Context-Oriented Programming
Number
2
Pages
1-6
Publisher
ACM
Address
New York, NY, USA
Year
2011

Abstract

Context-oriented programming languages provide language abstractions for the dynamic activation and deactivation of behavioral adaptations, based on the system's context of execution. As contexts are freely activated and deactivated, their associated behavior adaptations are added and removed to and from the system, which may break its consistency with respect to other available adaptations. To manage consistency between adaptations this paper introduces a model for the safe activation and deactivation of contexts. The model consists of two approaches, prompt-loyal for a delayed context (de)activation, and prompt for an immediate context (de)activation.

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BibTeX Record
  @inproceedings{RELEASeD-2011-907722,
    title = {Safer Context (de)Activation: Through the Prompt-Loyal Strategy},
    author = {Nicolás Cardozo and Sebastián González and Kim Mens and Theo DHondt'},
    year = {2011},
    number = {2},
    pages =  {1-6},
    booktitle = {COP'11: Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Context-Oriented Programming},
    publisher = {ACM},
    address = {New York, NY, USA},
  }