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- Posted April 10, 2010
- Generative Programming: Methods, Techniques, and Applications Tutorial Abstract
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In computer science , the term automatic programming  identifies a type of computer programming in which some mechanism generates a computer program to allow human programmers to write the code at a higher abstraction level. There has been little agreement on the precise definition of automatic programming, mostly because its meaning has changed over time. David Parnas , tracing the history of "automatic programming" in published research, noted that in the s it described automation of the manual process of punching paper tape. In fact, one of the earliest programs identifiable as a compiler was called Autocode. Parnas concluded that "automatic programming has always been a euphemism for programming in a higher-level language than was then available to the programmer. Program synthesis is one type of automatic programming where a procedure is created from scratch, based on mathematical requirements. After following these steps to implement mathematical routines, a sub-routine library, and sorting programs, our task was to look at the larger programming process.
Generative Programming GP offers the promise of moving from "one-of-a-kind" software systems to the semi-automated manufacture of wide varieties of software -- essentially, an assembly line for software systems. GP's goal is to model software system families and build software modules such that, given particular requirements specs, highly customized and optimized intermediate or end products can be constructed on demand. This is the first book to cover Generative Programming in depth. The authors, leaders in their field, introduce the two-stage GP development cycle: one stage for designing and implementing a generative domain model, and another for using the model to build concrete systems. They review key differences between generative modeling and processes used for "one-of-a-kind" systems. Next, they introduce key GP concepts such as feature models, and demonstrate "generic programming" techniques for creating components which lend themselves to easy combination and reuse. The book also introduces Aspect Oriented Programming, which allows developers to solve key recurring problems in traditional O-O development; and presents metaprogramming techniques for building powerful program generators.
Welcome to :. Course CS Software Reuse Last changed: Tuesday, April 13, Readings for the course download sources via links, start reading immediately and continue during the course. Exam: 27 APR Morning. Please refer to topics for presentations for readings related to presentations. At least one week before the presentation, please let me know pointers to papers that you use for presentation, and I will circulate it to all the students.
Senthil J. International Journal of Computer Applications 57 11 , November Full text available. This paper focuses on impelling the FEC towards TCP transmission through generative frameworks based on existing error correction codes. It categorizes existing error correction algorithms on various bases and uses them as an outline for a generative program that monitors the present network parameters and generates a correction code accordingly. Required modifications in TCP packets are depicted and discussed with the challenges involved.
Library (GMCL). We provide two implementation GMCL, one using generative programming. techniques in C++ and another one in Intentional Programming (an modularly extendible The application of template metaprogramming allowed. a highly Automatic tools for turning a general component into a component.
Posted April 10, 2010
Research Papers: Research papers should report on original research results that contribute to the scientific knowledge in the areas listed below the PC chair can advise on appropriateness. Any of the GPCE'09 topics of interest are appropriate areas for research demonstrations but purely commercial tool demonstrations will not be accepted. The program chair is happy to advise on the appropriateness of a particular subject. Accepted tool demonstrations will be given a presentation slot in the main program. Contact Please contact the program chair if you have any questions concerning the submission of papers chair09 at gpce.
Generative Programming: Methods, Techniques, and Applications Tutorial Abstract
It is a practical course that targets the engineering of dedicated operating systems as arrangements of customizable software components. The Application-driven Embedded System Design methodology lays the conceptual foundations of this course, while the EPOS System yields a platform for the practical exercises carried along the course. The formal requisite for this course is Operating System I. Students will have their skills to engineer an operating system evaluated through practical work that consists in designing and implementing an operating system component utilizing the software engineering techniques discussed during the course. This will be evaluated in three phases: design, implementation, and presentation of results. The following exercises have been devised as an introduction to OS kernel development. They are based on a didactic version of EPOS.
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