Aspect orientation promises to be the next big wave in software engineering, following on the heels of the object-oriented paradigm. Proponents tout the value of aspect orientation in providing the ability to add extremely useful mechanisms such as security, logging, persistence, debugging, tracing, distribution, performance monitoring, and exception handling.
To state it simply, it makes programming and programs more efficient. This highly-anticipated new book demonstrates how to apply use cases and aspect orientation in building robust and extensible systems.
The authors show you how to identify, design, implement, test, and refactor use case modules and how to extend them. The book also demonstrates how to design use case modules with UML including some enhancements made in UML 2.0 to better support the modeling of use case modules.
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