Monitoring Oriented Programming - A Project Overview

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Monitoring Oriented Programming - A Project Overview
Feng Chen, Dongyun Jin, Patrick Meredith, and Grigore Rosu
ICICIS'09, pp 72-77. 2009
Abstract. This paper gives a brief overview of Monitoring Oriented Programming (MOP). In MOP, runtime monitoring is supported and encouraged as a fundamental principle for building reliable software: monitors are automatically synthesized from specified properties and integrated into the original system to check its dynamic behaviors. When a specification is violated or validated at runtime, user-defined actions will be triggered, which can be any code from information logging to runtime recovery. Two instances of MOP are introduced: JavaMOP (for Java programs) and BusMOP (for monitoring PCI bus traffic). The architecture of MOP is discussed, and a brief explanation of parametric trace monitoring and its implementation is given. Finally, a comprehensive evaluation of JavaMOP attests to its efficiency, especially with respect to similar systems; BusMOP, in general, imposes 0 runtime overhead on the system it is monitoring.
PDF, ICICIS'09, BIB

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