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Title
Ambient-PRISMA: Ambients in Distributed and Mobile Aspect-Oriented Software Architectures
Published in
V Jornadas de Trabajo DYNAMICA - 2006
Abstract
Nowadays, distributed and mobile systems are acquiring greater importance and becoming more widely used to support ubiquitous computing. However, developing systems of this kind is a difficult task. Instead of concentrating on how problems should be solved developers must worry about implementation details. Ambient Calculus is a formalism that provides primitives to describe mobile systems in an abstract way. Aspect-oriented software development and software architectures promise to achieve reusability, maintenance and adaptability, which are all essential for the development of distributed systems. In this paper, we present how a platform-independent model called Ambient-PRISMA combines both Ambient Calculus and Aspect-Oriented Software Architecture for the description of distributed and mobile systems. An implementation of Ambient-PRISMA has been performed in .Net for supporting Ambient-PRISMA code generation.


BibTeX
@misc{issi_web:id:217,
        title =  "Ambient-PRISMA: Ambients in Distributed and Mobile Aspect-Oriented Software Architectures",
        author = "Nour Ali Irshaid and Isidro Ramos Salavert",
        booktitle = "V Jornadas de Trabajo DYNAMICA",
        year = "2006",
        eprint = "http://issi.dsic.upv.es/publications/archives/",
        url = "",
        abstract = "Nowadays, distributed and mobile systems are acquiring greater importance and becoming more widely used to support ubiquitous computing. However, developing systems of this kind is a difficult task. Instead of concentrating on how problems should be solved developers must worry about implementation details. Ambient Calculus is a formalism that provides primitives to describe mobile systems in an abstract way. Aspect-oriented software development and software architectures promise to achieve reusability, maintenance and adaptability, which are all essential for the development of distributed systems. In this paper, we present how a platform-independent model called Ambient-PRISMA combines both Ambient Calculus and Aspect-Oriented Software Architecture for the description of distributed and mobile systems. An implementation of Ambient-PRISMA has been performed in .Net for supporting Ambient-PRISMA code generation. "
}