UML-AOF: a profile for modeling aspect-oriented frameworks

@inproceedings{J250nior2009UMLAOFAP,
  title={UML-AOF: a profile for modeling aspect-oriented frameworks},
  author={Jos233 Uetanabara J250nior and Valter Vieira de Camargo and Christina von Flach G. Chavez},
  booktitle={AOM '09},
  year={2009}
}
The design model of an application that was developed with support of frameworks involves both the framework and the application design. This results in complex architectures represented by design models that are difficult to understand; because there are many framework characteristics which are not evident when plain UML is used. The same problem occurs with Aspect-Oriented Frameworks (AOF). In AOF-based development there are units which deserve attention from different developers… CONTINUE READING
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