12th European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming
S. E. Mitchell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
R. J. Stroud <R.J.Stroud@newcastle.ac.uk>
|S. E. Mitchell <email@example.com>
|C302 (4th floor)
In recent years the principles of reflective object-oriented programming have seen increasing acceptance and application to a wide range of fields - for example security, fault-tolerance and real-time. Reflection is seen as a promising way of managing system complexity by separating functional and non-functional concerns and we believe that many areas of system design and validation can benefit from this research. This workshop is aimed at providing a venue where researchers into many disparate topics related to reflection can meet, disseminate their ideas to a broad spectrum of the reflection community, and explore the advantages that the disciplined separation of concerns offered by a reflective system can provide within a computing system.