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Modularizing design patterns with aspects: a quantitative study

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Modularizing design patterns with aspects: a quantitative study
Design patterns offer flexible solutions to common problems in software development. Recent studies have shown that several design patterns involve crosscutting concerns. Unfortunately, riented (OO) abstractions are often not able to modularize those crosscutting concerns, which in turn decrease the system reusability and maintainability. Hence, it is important verifying whether aspect-oriented approaches support improved modularization of crosscutting concerns relative to design patterns. Ideally, quantitative studies should be performed to compare OO and aspect-oriented implementations of classical patterns with respect to important software engineering attributes, such as coupling and cohesion. This paper presents a quantitative study that compares aspect-based and OO solutions for the 23 Gang-of-Four patterns. We have used stringent software engineering attributes as the assessment criteria. We have found that most aspect-oriented solutions improve separation of patternrelated con...
Alessandro F. Garcia, Cláudio Sant'Anna, Ed
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where AOSD
Authors Alessandro F. Garcia, Cláudio Sant'Anna, Eduardo Figueiredo, Uirá Kulesza, Carlos José Pereira de Lucena, Arndt von Staa
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