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Prism is Research in Software Modularization. Prism. pattern recognition for aspect mining. Charles Zhang and Hans-Arno Jacobsen University of Toronto {czhang, jacobsen}@eecg.toronto.edu. Transforming Legacy Systems Using AOP tools. Aspect discovery/mining. Prism. Aspect footprints.

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prism

Prism is Research in Software

Modularization

Prism

pattern recognition for aspect mining

Charles Zhang and Hans-Arno Jacobsen

University of Toronto

{czhang, jacobsen}@eecg.toronto.edu

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transforming legacy systems using aop tools
Transforming Legacy Systems Using AOP tools

Aspect discovery/mining

Prism

Aspect footprints

Aspect Refactoring

AJDT

Re-factored Aspects

Code-level Verification

ARV

Over or under refactoring

Functional Verification

Verified Aspects

Unit/Regression Testing Tool

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what is prism
What is Prism?
  • Goal: A platform discovers aspects in very large systems composed in a variety of languages. Consists of both backend engine and user interface.
  • Core: A framework supports arbitrary language patterns and different pattern matching algorithms.
  • Language pattern:
    • Lexical pattern: regular expressions
    • Usage of types: where is my typeA?
    • Execution flow: where are my actions?

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prism architecture a set of extension points
Prism Architecture: A set of extension points
  • Prism fingerprint: A pattern definition specified by the user.
  • Prism footprint: A encapsulation of the location information of a particular fingerprint.
  • Prism task: A customizable assembly of Prism fingerprints which represents a more complex pattern.
  • Prism algorithm: An algorithm responsible for matching a particular pattern and generating the associated footprint.

Prism fingerprint

Prism footprint

Prism Engine

Prism Task 1

Prism Algorithm

Prism fingerprint

Prism footprint

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Prism Task 2

prism eclipse plug in
Prism Eclipse Plug-in

Prism footprints

Prism tasks

Fingerprints

Projects

Java Editor

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configuring a prism fingerprint
Configuring a Prism Fingerprint
  • A Prism fingerprint consists of any combinations of lexical patterns and type patterns.
  • Examples of type pattern:
    • Referencing all types in a particular package.

All types in package: org.omg.CORBA

    • Referencing all methods of any class type:

All call sites for all methods of class: org.omg.CORBA.Any

    • AspectJ joinpoint definitions.
  • Examples of lexical pattern:
    • Regular expressions

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prism fingerprint configuration
Prism Fingerprint Configuration

Fingerprint name

Type pattern listing

Type browser

Regular expression listing

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prism footprint
Prism Footprint
  • Results of matching fingerprints in the source code.
  • Example: A fingerprint defined as “any method defined in the ‘class java.util.Hashtable’, of which the name starts by ‘get’ ” has the following footprints.

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prism framework decomposition units and fingerprints
Prism Framework: Decomposition Units and Fingerprints
  • The decomposition unit hierarchy.
  • The implementation of fingerprints and its associated footprints

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prism framework prism algorithms
Prism Framework: Prism Algorithms

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prism framework task execution
Prism Framework: Task Execution

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callex extension of prism framework
Callex Extension of Prism Framework
  • Callex stands for call and lexical pattern based aspect analysis

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logical mining architecture
Logical Mining Architecture

User interaction

Source

code

Results

Indexing,

type and

structure

analyzer

Aspect Miner

Intermediate representation

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sample mining results
Sample Mining Results
  • Sizes of the target systems minded
  • Degree of scattering

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other project s building on prism
Other Project(s) Building on Prism

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arv a prism implementation
ARV, A Prism Implementation

Declare Warning

Effective joinpoints

ARV is

Aspect Refactoring

Verifier

Prism Fingerprint

Prism Fingerprint

Prism Task

Prism Task

Prism Footprints

ARV Extension

Prism Algorithms

Prism Engine

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goals achieved to date
Goals Achieved To Date
  • Complete GUI integration with Eclipse. Provides the Eclipse aspect mining perspective.
  • Enable search of calling patterns defined at package level, class level, and method level. Supports the AspectJ call pattern convention.
  • Supports navigation between mining results and source locations.
  • Supports quantification of type usage scattering through computing degree of scattering as well as scattering ranking.

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goals achieved to date18
Goals Achieved To Date
  • Packaged as Eclipse plug-in
  • Managed in CVS source tree
  • Short user manual (targets aspect-aware developers)
  • Short technical communication about Prism (unpublished)
  • Poster and demos at eTX/ICSE 2003, eTX/OOPSLA 2003, CASCON 2003
  • Intention to submit as demo proposal to AOSD 2004

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future work
Future Work
  • Mining of multiple languages (e.g., C++).
  • Support finding patterns based on language phrases. Enable mining aspects based on their control/data flow characteristics.
  • Analysis of conditional variables. Find non-localized slices caused by conditionals as candidates of aspects.
  • Aspect mining algorithms based on statistical learning and data mining techniques.

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references
References

Charles Zhang and Hans-Arno Jacobsen, Quantifying Aspects in Middleware Systems. AOSD 2003.

Charles Zhang and Hans-Arno Jacobsen, Re-factoring Middleware Systems: A case study. DOA

Charles Zhang and Hans-Arno Jacobsen, Re-factoring Middleware with Aspects, IEEE TPDS.

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