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Ana Moreira (Organizing Committee Member) @ EA-ICSE '06: Early Aspects at ICSE: Workshop on Aspect-Oriented Requirements Engineering and Architecture Design|
Early aspects are crosscutting concerns that exist in the early life cycle phases of software development, including the requirements analysis, domain analysis and architecture design activities. Whereas conventional aspect-oriented software development approaches are mainly concerned with identifying aspects at the programming level (thus leaving the identification and treatment of aspects to implementers), early aspects work focuses on the impact of crosscutting concerns at the early phases of the software development. Identifying and managing early aspects across phases can: - help ensure that cross-cutting concerns evident in a system’s problem domain or solution space are captured as aspects in the implementation. - increase consistency of requirements and architecture with each other and with implementation; - provide a way for people with system-wide responsibility and scope (such as architects and domain experts) to identify aspects - provide rationale and traceability for aspects across lifecycle activities; This is the ninth Early Aspects workshop, and the first at ICSE. (Others have been held at AOSD, OOPSLA, and SPLC.) The goal of the workshop series is to articulate, develop, and codify best practices for working with aspects beyond just the implementation phase.
Date: 21 May 2006
Event Type: Workshop
Location: Shangai, China