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A Log Management Service Model based on AOP for Efficient Development of Android Applications
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 Title & Authors
A Log Management Service Model based on AOP for Efficient Development of Android Applications
Choi, Yun-seok;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we propose a log management service model for efficient developments of android applications. The proposed model consists of two major parts which are the log collector and the log manager service. The log collector can capture the log information of a target application without modifications, because the collector is composed by aspect-oriented programming. The collected logs are transformed to chunk of data, and the chunk of data is sent to the log management service. The log management service is an android service component and an independent application in another process. So, the log management service can reduce the workload of logging in the target application. Through a case study, we show that the proposed log management service model can reduce the log processing time compared to other models without modifications of a target application.
 Keywords
Android;Logging;Aspect-Oriented Programming;Android Service;
 Language
Korean
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