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Distributing Classes with Woven Concerns An Exploration of Potential Fault Scenarios
 

Summary: Distributing Classes with Woven Concerns An
Exploration of Potential Fault Scenarios
Nathan McEachen
nathan@mceachen.us
Roger T. Alexander
rta@cs.colostate.edu
Colorado State University
Department of Computer Science
601 S. Howes Street
Fort Collins, Colorado 80523 USA
01-970-491-7026
ABSTRACT
Aspect-oriented programming (AOP) promises to benefit
software 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

  

Source: Alexander, Roger T. - Department of Computer Science, Colorado State University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences