Towards the Systematic Testing of Aspect-Oriented Programs

@inproceedings{Alexander2004TowardsTS,
  title={Towards the Systematic Testing of Aspect-Oriented Programs},
  author={Roger T. Alexander and James M. Bieman},
  year={2004}
}
The code that provides solutions to key software requirements, such as security and fault-tolerance, tends to be spread throughout (or cross-cut) the program modules that implement the “primary functionality” of a software system. Aspect-oriented programming is an emerging programming paradigm that supports implementing such cross-cutting requirements into named program units called “aspects”. To construct a system as an aspect-oriented program (AOP), one develops code for primary functionality… CONTINUE READING

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