Translation and Aspect-Oriented Programming // Using AspectXML For Translating XML and/or Representing Results

by M. David Peterson

Just found reference to this article in an email from Peter Hale,

User Driven Modelling: Translation and Aspect-Oriented Programming

XML (eXtensible Markup Language) can also be used in the translation as either a programming language AspectXML, or a language for representing results. The results could be visualised using stylesheets and interactive software, and where useful translated further into other kinds of representations other than trees e.g. SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) diagrams and graphs.

SWEET! I need to study Peter's graphs to understand things a bit better, but I'm loving the fact that folks are finding new and innovative ways to use AspectXML! :D

Thanks Peter!