Aspect-Oriented Framework Modeling

  title={Aspect-Oriented Framework Modeling},
  author={Andreas Rausch and Bernhard Rumpe and Cornel. Klein},
Aspects and aspect-oriented programming have gained much attention in recent years, but the focus was limited to the programming part of software development, especially detailed design and programming. In this paper, we describe a modelbased approach based on an industrial case study that uses aspects. The approach provides a merge of the implementation of a requirements model with the predefined and thus reusable aspect-implementation, which is given in form of a framework. 

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