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Aspect-oriented modeling: Applying aspecs-oriented UML use cases and extending aspects-z
(SLOVAK ACAD SCIENCES INST INFORMATICS, DUBRAVSKA CESTA 9, 84237 BRATISLAVA, SLOVAKIA, 2013)
A pointcut-based coverage analysis approach for aspect-oriented programs
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC, 2011)
Aspect-oriented programming (AOP) is a promising technology that supports separation of crosscutting concerns (i.e., functionality that tends to be tangled with, and scattered through the rest of the system). In AOP, a ...
Execution levels for aspect-oriented programming: Design, semantics, implementations and applications
In aspect-oriented programming (AOP) languages, advice evaluation is usually considered as part of the base program evaluation. This is also the case for certain pointcuts, such as if pointcuts in AspectJ, or simply all ...
Controlling Aspect Reentrancy
(GRAZ UNIV TECHNOLGOY, INST INFORMATION SYSTEMS COMPUTER MEDIA-IICM, 2008)
Aspect languages provide different mechanisms to control when an aspect should apply based on properties of the execution context. They however fail to explicitly identify and cleanly capture a property as basic as that ...
Aspect Oriented Programming Methodology to Support the Design of Specific Domain Framework
The aspect-oriented programming has valuable advantages over other programming paradigms, but in turn it presents difficulties when applying the concepts within the stages of analysis and development to reduce the drawbacks ...
AspectMaps: extending moose to visualize AOP software
When using aspect-oriented programming the application implicitly invokes the functionality contained in the aspects. Consequently program comprehension of such a software is more intricate. To alleviate this difficulty ...