Linguistic reflection in Java : a quantitative assessment
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Linguistic reflection allows a running program to generate new program fragments and to integrate these into its own execution. The advantages of the technique include attaining high levels of genericity and accommodating system evolution. Here its use to provide generic programs in Java is compared for a particular example, natural join, against alternative implementation approaches.
Kirby , G N C , Morrison , R , Stemple , D , Brown , A L (ed.) & Barter , C J (ed.) 1998 , Linguistic reflection in Java : a quantitative assessment . in F Brown (ed.) , 5th International IDEA (Integrated Data Environments Australia) Workshop . pp. 74-79 , 5th International IDEA Workshop , Fremantle , Australia , 7/02/98 .conference
5th International IDEA (Integrated Data Environments Australia) Workshop
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