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The semantics of languages, including the semantic rules which valid programs must obey, erect many interactions among language constructs. When implementing the interactions, the resulting coupling among constructs cripples future evolutions. Effectively reducing this coupling requires a large arsenal of implementation techniques, which the authors refer to as interaction strategies. These range from off the shelf strategies, to customized strategies up to tailored and specifically designed strategies. In this paper, they show how the reflective layer in the Linglet Transformation System (LTS) supports the existing arsenal of strategies, how they can be adapted and how new strategies can be defined.
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