A concern architecture view for aspect-oriented software design

@article{Katara2006ACA,
  title={A concern architecture view for aspect-oriented software design},
  author={Mika Katara and Shmuel Katz},
  journal={Software & Systems Modeling},
  year={2006},
  volume={6},
  pages={247-265}
}
Although aspect-oriented programming is becoming popular, support for the independent description of aspect designs and for the incremental design of aspects themselves has been neglected. A conceptual framework for the design of aspects is presented, where aspects are viewed as augmentations that map an existing design into a new one with changes or additions. The principles of a Concern Architecture model are defined both to group designs of aspects, and to make explicit their dependencies… CONTINUE READING

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