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Distributing classes with woven concerns: an exploration of potential fault scenarios

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Distributing classes with woven concerns: an exploration of potential fault scenarios
Aspect-oriented programming (AOP) promises to benefit engineering by providing a layer of abstraction that can modularize system-level concerns. AOP is still a very young area of research and has yet to receive mainstream acceptance in industry. As a result, the industry as a whole lacks experience and knowledge concerning long term maintenance issues with AOP in deployed commercial applications. Fault models that result from software maintenance in aspect-oriented software development (AOSD) are not nearly as well understood as they are for object-oriented software development (OOSD). This paper will explore some of the long-term maintenance issues that can occur with AspectJ, which is an implementation of AOP for the Java programming language. More specifically, the
Nathan McEachen, Roger T. Alexander
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where AOSD
Authors Nathan McEachen, Roger T. Alexander
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