Towards expressive, well-founded and correct Aspect-Oriented Programming Pour une programmation par aspects expressive, bien définie et correcte

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A key insight of recent software engineering research is that crosscutting functionalities — i.e., functionalities that cannot be modularized using traditional structuring means, such as software components — constitute a major problem for the development of virtually all large software applications. Starting with Dijkstra’s and Parnas’s seminal work that… (More)

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@inproceedings{Sdholt2006TowardsEW, title={Towards expressive, well-founded and correct Aspect-Oriented Programming Pour une programmation par aspects expressive, bien définie et correcte}, author={Mario S{\"{u}dholt}, year={2006} }