Characterising Faults in Aspect-Oriented Programs: Towards Filling the Gap Between Theory and Practice

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Since the proposal of Aspect-Oriented Programming, several candidate fault taxonomies for aspect-oriented (AO) software have been proposed. Such taxonomies, however, generally rely on language features, hence still requiring practical evaluation based on realistic implementation scenarios. The current lack of available AO systems for evaluation as well as… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/SBES.2010.11

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@article{Ferrari2010CharacterisingFI, title={Characterising Faults in Aspect-Oriented Programs: Towards Filling the Gap Between Theory and Practice}, author={Fabiano Cutigi Ferrari and Rachel Burrows and Ot{\'a}vio Augusto Lazzarini Lemos and Alessandro F. Garcia and Jos{\'e} Carlos Maldonado}, journal={2010 Brazilian Symposium on Software Engineering}, year={2010}, pages={50-59} }