Reflective Software Engineering — From MOPS to AOSD

By: Dave Thomas


“Going meta” to many conjures up visions of taking a trip to Nepal as opposed to a way of thinking about software development. However, those who have experienced a Scheme meta-circular interpreter or Smalltalk or CLOS meta-class programming have a deeper perspective on computation.

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Dave Thomas, “Reflective Software Engineering — From MOPS to AOSD”, Journal of Object Technology, Volume 1, no. 4 (September 2002), pp. 17-26, doi:10.5381/jot.2002.1.4.c1.

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