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[aspectj-announce] AOSD'06: Early Registration Extended to Feb 24

A O S D ' 0 6
Fifth International Conference on
Aspect-Oriented Software Development

E A R L Y    R E G I S T R A T I O N    E X T E N D E D ! !

Early Registration Now Ends Feb 24, 2006
Time's running out!  Register now and save!


****Accomodation discounts are still available for students!
               Reserve before February 22nd

****Discounts when you register for multiple tutorials!

****Save time with Quick Check-In and Check-Out
                Sign up by February 28th to have your conference
                bag waiting for you in your hotel room!

Read below, or visit [] to find out more on:
- Keynote Talks
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- Tutorials (discounts for multiple tutorials!)
- Workshops
- Student Events (accomodation discounts 'till February 22nd)
- Research Track
- Industry Track

Please visit the website to find out more about:
- 17 Demonstrations
- Panel: Important Open Problems for Future Research in AOSD
- Birds of a Feather Sessions
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    *  Carliss Baldwin (Harvard Business School):
        The Power of Modularity:
                The Financial Consequences of Computer and Code Architecture

    * Richard P. Gabriel (Sun Labs):
        Design Beyond Human Abilities

(Discounts for registering for multiple tutorials!)

T1:     Models and Aspects– Handling Cross-Cutting Concerns
            in Model-Driven Software Development
T2:     Programming with Views and Collaborations in ObjectTeams/Java
T3:     Generative Software Development
T4:     Aspect-Oriented Programming with C++ and AspectC++
T5:     Enterprise Aspect-Oriented Programming
T6:     abc : How to implement your own tools for AOP research
T7:     Getting to grips with AspectJ5


  * Aspects in Teaching
  * Aspects and Software Product Lines
  * ACP4IS: Aspects, Components and Patterns for Infrastructure Software
  * Best Practices in applying AO
  * Aspect-Oriented Modeling
  * Early Aspects: Traceability of Aspects in the Early Life Cycle
  * LATE: Linking Aspect Technology and Evolution
  * Dynamic Aspects Workshop (extended)
  * Foundations of Aspect-Oriented Languages
  * Open Aspect Languages
  * SPLAT: SE Properties of Languages and Aspect Technologies


This year's Student Extravaganza includes two key events:
a Spring School and an all-attendee Poster Party.

For student savings on accomodation, visit:
       (deadline for reservations, February 22nd)

(for author affiliations and scheduling please visit the website)

Session 1: Concern Modelling and Design
        * Towards Supporting On-Demand Virtual Remodularization
                Using Program Graphs
                David Shepherd, Lori Pollock, K Vijay-Shanker
        * Expressing Different Conceptual Models of Join Point
                Selections in Aspect-Oriented Design
                Dominik Stein, Stefan Hanenberg, Rainer Unland
        * Semantic-based Weaving of Scenarios
                Jacques Klein, Loic Helouet, Jean-Marc Jezequel

Session 2: Language Design and Implementation
         * Adding Open Modules to AspectJ
                 Neil Ongkingco, Pavel Avgustinov, Julian Tibble,
                 Laurie Hendren, Oege de Moor, Ganesh Sittampalam
         * Explicitly Distributed AOP using AWED
                 Luis Daniel Benavides Navarro, Mario Südholt,
                 Wim Vanderperren, Bruno De Fraine, Davy Suvée
         * A Join Point for Loops in AspectJ
                 Bruno Harbulot, John Gurd

Session 3: Aspect Reuse and Domain-Specific Approaches
        * Relationship Aspects
                David Pearce, James Noble
        * Reflections on Aspects and Configurable Protocols
                Matti Hiltunen, Francois Taiani, Richard Schlichting
        * Doxpects: Aspects Supporting XML Transformation Interfaces
                Eric Wohlstadter, Kris De Volder

Session 4: Evaluation and Metrics
        * Composing Design Patterns: A Scalability Study
                of Aspect-Oriented Programming
                Nélio Cacho, Cláudio Sant'Anna, Eduardo Figueiredo,
                Alessandro Garcia, Thaís Batista, Carlos Lucena
        * Optimization Aspects in Network Simulation
                Jamal Siadat, Robert Walker, Cameron Kiddle,
        * Reusable Aspect-Oriented Implementations of
                Concurrency Patterns and Mechanisms
                Carlos Cunha, João Sobral, Miguel Monteiro

Session 5: Tools and Software Process
        * Visualisation-Based Tool Support for the
                Development of Aspect-Oriented Programs
                J.-Hendrik Pfeiffer, John Gurd
        * Presenting Crosscutting Structure with Active Models
                Wesley Coelho, Gail Murphy
        * Using Aspects to Support the Software Process: XP over Eclipse
                Oren Mishali, Shmuel Katz, Technion

Session 6: Testing
        * State-Based Incremental Testing of Aspect-Oriented Programs
                Dianxiang Xu, Weifeng Xu Xu
        * A Framework and Tool Supports for Generating Test Inputs of
                AspectJ Programs
                Tao Xie, Jianjun Zhao

Session 7: Aspect Composition and Interaction
        * AO Challenge - Implementing the ACID Properties for
                Transactional Objects
                Jörg Kienzle, Samuel Gélineau
        * Detecting and Resolving Ambiguities caused by
                Inter-dependent Introductions
                Wilke Havinga, Istvan Nagy, Lodewijk Bergmans, Mehmet Aksit
        * Symmetric Composition of Musical Concerns
                Patrick Hill, Simon Holland, Robin Laney

(for author affiliations and scheduling please visit the website)

        * Improving the Performance of Database Applications with
                Aspect-Oriented Programming
                Uwe Hohenstein
        * Using Aspects with Object-Oriented Frameworks
                Michael Mortensen, Sudipto Ghosh
        * The Challenges of Writing Reusable and Portable Aspects in AspectJ:
                Lessons from Contrac4J
                Dean Wampler
        * Java Virtual Machine support for Aspect-Oriented Programming
                Joakim Dahlstedt, Alexandre Vasseur, Jonas Bonér
        * Implementation of AOP in non-academic projects
                Allison Duck
        * Gathering Feedback on User Behaviour using AspectJ
                Ron Bodkin, Jason Furlong
        * Lessons learned building tool support for AspectJ
                Mik Kersten, Matt Chapman, Andy Clement, Adrian Colyer
        * Use of AOP in J2EE application performance monitoring
                Srinivas Narayanan, Kamal Govindraj, Binil Thomas, Prashant Nair
        * Analysing AOP Adoption in Industry
                Rob Harrop

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