ion to be expressed as context-free patterns of events, and for the
occurrences of these patterns to alter the course of the program s execution.
As a companion to a conference paper introducing DEPs, this technical report
covers an initial realization of our declarative event pattern language that
leverages the power and applicability of aspect-oriented programming (AOP).
We have added to AspectJ (a popular Java implementation of AOP) two straight
forward language constructs to support the recognition of patterns of events.
Our proof-of-concept implementation takes programs implemented in AspectJ
augmented with our DEP constructs and translates them into programs
implemented in standard AspectJ, equipped to recognize and respond to
patterns of events as they occur in the execution of the system.
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