ASM is an all purpose Java bytecode manipulation and analysis framework. It can be used to modify existing classes or dynamically generate classes, directly in binary form. Provided common transformations and analysis algorithms allow to easily assemble custom complex transformations and code analysis tools. ASM offer similar functionality as other bytecode frameworks, but it is focused on simplicity of use and performance. Because it was designed and implemented to be as small and as fast as possible, it makes it very attractive for using in dynamic systems*.

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  1. Hannes Mühleisen; Alexander Bertram; Maarten-Jan Kallen: Database-Inspired Optimizations for Statistical Analysis (2018) not zbMATH
  2. Chang, Yen-Jung; Garg, Vijay K.: QuickLex: a fast algorithm for consistent global states enumeration of distributed computations (2016)
  3. Villazón, Alex; Binder, Walter; Moret, Philippe; Ansaloni, Danilo: Comprehensive aspect weaving for Java (2011) ioport
  4. Rudolph, Johannes; Thiemann, Peter: \textscMnemonics: type-safe bytecode generation at run time (2010)