From AOP to UML: Towards an Aspect-Oriented Architectural Modeling Approach

Capturing concerns that crosscut the boundaries of multiple components in software architecture descriptions is problematic. Standard description languages, such as UML, do not provide adequate means to understand and modularize such concerns, but aspect-oriented programming techniques do. This paper explores and analyzes the suitability of UML for aspect-oriented architectural modeling. It takes a bottom-up approach, starting from the code level to the level of software architecture description, via aspect-oriented design, using standard UML.


    • LGL-REPORT-2002-006

    Record created on 2005-07-13, modified on 2016-08-08

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