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  • INES at SBES 2009 (Tools Session)

    Publicado em July 29th, 2009About the Institute, News, Publications

    INES researchers will participate at tools session during the Brazilian Symposium on Software Engineering. The tool: BAST: A Tool for Bug Report Analysis and Search, presents an initial solution for the CR duplicated problem.

    This activity is part of the project  “An Investigation of Methods, Processes, Tools, and Metrics for the Development of Software Product Lines (SPL)” — in portuguese, Uma Investigação de Processos, Ferramentas e Métricas para o Desenvolvimento de Linhas de Produto de Software.

    More details on the publication:

    • Cavalcanti, Y. C.; Cunha, C. E. A.; Almeida, E. S.; Meira, S. R. L. BAST: A Tool for Bug Report Analysis and Search , 23rd Brazilian Symposium on Software Engineering, Tools Session, Fortaleza, Brazil, 2009.
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    • INES presence at SBLP 2009

      Publicado em July 29th, 2009News, Publications

      The paper “A Design Rule Language for Aspect-Oriented Programming” was accepted for publication in the XIII Brazilian Symposium on Programming Languages – (SBLP 2009). The article is part of the project “Tool Support for Software Product Lines Development and Evolution” (Goal: Develop techniques, tools and domain-specific languages for modularization of the implementation of features in software product lines) and will be presented by the member Alberto Costa Neto of the project from 19 to 21 August 2009 in Gramado / RS.

      Aspect-Oriented Programming is known as a technique to modularize crosscutting concerns. However, buildings that are designed to support crosscutting modularity can break the modularity of the class. This can be mitigated through Design Rules between classes and aspects. We present a language that supports many of the Design Rules found in aspect-oriented systems, making it easier to express and check them automatically. We discuss how our language improves the crosscutting modularity without breaking the modularity of the class. Furthermore, we give some details about the semantics of the language expressed in Alloy

      Publications details are:

      Alberto Costa Neto, Arthur Marques, Rohit Gheyi, Paulo Borba, and Fernando Castor Filho. The design rule language for aspect-oriented programming. In XIII Brazilian Symposium on Programming Languages – SBLP’09, Gramado-RS, Brazil, August 2009.

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