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Assessing Aspect-Oriented Programming and Design: Preliminary Results, May 1, 1998 Robert J. Walker, Elisa L. A. Baniassad and Gail C. Murphy, 6 pages

Aspect-oriented programming is a new software design and implementation technique proposed by researchers at Xerox PARC. This project is assessing the claims of aspect-oriented programming to improve the software development cycle for particular kinds of applications. The project is divided into three experiments, the first of which has been completed. These experiments have been designed to investigate, separately, such characteristics of aspect-oriented development as the creation of new aspect-oriented programs and ease of debugging aspect-oriented programs.


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