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The development of modern loosely coupled distributed applications requires extensive use of asynchronous processes. The ability to manipulate execution context could simplify development of such applications, helping to separate business logic from handling asynchrony. This paper describes a framework that implements Execution Context Reification for Java Virtual Machine (JVM). The framework uses built-in secondary bytecode interpreter that provides access to Execution Context as a first classdoi:10.1145/949344.949362 dblp:conf/oopsla/Mourachov03 fatcat:up7cd4rwqzepnb7athvdv2bsfa