Fatwanto, Agung; Boughton, Clive V
Developing complex software systems which involve a lot of different non-orthogonal concerns requires considerable effort. This situation can be further exacerbated by tangled and scattered concerns found across the system. In order to reduce this sort of complexity, we need to employ a software development framework that facilitates the separation of different concerns. The framework should be able to direct the process of identification, modularization and specification of concerns into...[Show more]
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