A classification system and analysis for aspect-oriented programs

@inproceedings{Rinard2004ACS,
  title={A classification system and analysis for aspect-oriented programs},
  author={Martin C. Rinard and Alexandru Salcianu and Suhabe Bugrara},
  booktitle={SIGSOFT FSE},
  year={2004}
}
We present a new classification system for aspect-oriented programs. This system characterizes the interactions between aspects and methods and identifies classes of interactions that enable modular reasoning about the crosscut program. We argue that this system can help developers structure their understanding of aspect-oriented programs and promotes their ability to reason productively about the consequences of crosscutting a program with a given aspect. We have designed and implemented a… CONTINUE READING
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