Context-Oriented Programming languages provide us with primitive constructs to adapt program behaviour depending on the evolution of their operational environment, namely the context. In previous work we proposed MLCoDa, a context-oriented language with two-components: a declarative constituent for programming the context and a functional one for computing. This paper describes an extension of MLCoDa to deal with adaptation to unpredictable context changes notified by asynchronous events

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DEGANO, PIERPAOLO;FERRARI, GIAN-LUIGI;GALLETTA, LETTERIO
2016-01-01

Abstract

Context-Oriented Programming languages provide us with primitive constructs to adapt program behaviour depending on the evolution of their operational environment, namely the context. In previous work we proposed MLCoDa, a context-oriented language with two-components: a declarative constituent for programming the context and a functional one for computing. This paper describes an extension of MLCoDa to deal with adaptation to unpredictable context changes notified by asynchronous events
Degano, Pierpaolo; Ferrari, GIAN-LUIGI; Galletta, Letterio
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