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A widespread implementation approach for the join point mechanism of aspect-oriented languages is to instrument areas in code that match the static part of pointcut designators, inserting dynamic checks for that part of matching that depends on run-time conditions, if needed. For performance reasons, such dynamic checks should be avoided whenever possible. One way to do so is to postpone weaving of advice calls until run-time, when conditions determining the emergence of join points hold. Thisdoi:10.1145/976270.976282 dblp:conf/aosd/BockischHMO04 fatcat:ndaxrzomp5aqdckpljvhmmfbb4