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Mirror-based systems are object-oriented reflective architectures built around a set of design principles that lead to reflective APIs which foster a high degree of reusability, loose coupling with base-level objects and whose structure and design corresponds to the system being mirrored. However, support for behavioral intercession has been limited in contemporary mirror-based architectures, in spite of its many interesting applications. This is due to the fact that mirror-based architecturesdoi:10.1145/1297081.1297095 dblp:conf/dls/MostinckxCTT07 fatcat:ug75nwm4mzdlxefzncfk2c6q7i