Foundations of AOP for J2EE Development (Foundation) Aspect-oriented programming (AOP) is a programming paradigm that was defined at the
Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) in the mid-1990s. The roots of this paradigm can be
traced back to several works designed to improve code modularity and facilitate reuse and
The benefits of AOP for modularizing code have...
Ambient Intelligence: A Novel Paradigm If the space around us could adapt to our needs and intentions, then our lives
would be much simpler. We would have to spend less time on our daily chores,
we would be more productive and, hopefully, we would live in a less worrisome
and, most likely, more secure world.
Ideally, it would be great if we could live our lives...
Functional Programming: Practice and Theory
There is more to functional programming than simply programming in a
functional language. As explained in Section 1.1,1 view functional pro
gramming as a new programming paradigm, comparable in importance to
structured programming. As such, it has value as a discipline of thought
even in the absence of functional programming... Information Retrieval for Music and Motion A general scenario that has attracted a lot of attention for multimedia information retrieval is based on the query-by-example paradigm: retrieve all documents from a database containing parts or aspects similar to a given data fragment. However, multimedia objects, even though they are similar from a structural or semantic viewpoint, often reveal...
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