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SAOSDB : a structural active-object system debugger Public Deposited

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  • Structural active-object systems (SAOSs) are transition-based object-oriented systems suitable for various concurrent applications. A SAOS consists of a collection of interacting active objects that can be structurally and hierarchically composed. The SAOS framework enables $AO$ application programs to be developed rapidly. However, nondeterministic behaviors of active object sometimes make debugging SAOS application programs difficult. To overcome this problem, Structural Active-Object System Debugger (SAOSDB) was designed and implemented as an object-based visual debugging tool. SAOSDB allows a programmer to see directly the states of the active objects and to control interactively the executions of the behavior specification statements of active objects. SAOSDB itself is implemented as a SAOS.
  • Keyword and Phrases: object-oriented programming, object-based debugger, visual debugger, active-object system, structural composition, hierarchical composition
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